The Forgotten Half Of Change
Source: Boston Consulting Group
How can we ask people in our organizations to be non-finito in a world that increasingly demands and extols flawless execution? How can we ask them not only to execute but also to think and, when necessary to transform? What does this mean for the leader who must change minds as well as matters? It means coming to grips with the challenge of creating a new strategic vision. Here are some points to remember: Developing a strategic vision is above all an intellectual process. It is located in the world of thought and not in the world of action. Its objective is to change the way we see things and not the things themselves.