The illusion of control
In his Harvard Business Review YouTube video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuYlGRnC7J8&list=RDCMUCWo4IA01TXzBeGJJKWHOG9g&start_radio=1&rv=iuYlGRnC7J8&t=515)
Roger Martin tells us that planning makes us feel good, because it gives the illusion of certainty and control, in today’s changing world is the pathway to failure. He recommends that we be strategic, which is about having a- Read time: 3 min.
Change brings opportunities and threats. Harnessing change demands that we, as leaders and as humans, grow. Many of the functions that previously made us successful will be taken over by AI.
For example, there are 3 key forms of thinking: – Monological – looking out at the world, analyzing what we see and gaining
“It’s not the strongest of the species that survive. It’s the most responsive.”
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