“To meet the twin challenges of revolution and renewal, you and your colleagues are going to have to throw out many of the industrial- age beliefs you are carrying around in your heads right now. While there are a clutch of industrial-age virtues that will survive the turbulent times ahead, there is a great swath of managerial and organisational orthodoxy that will not. A few examples . . .
– Senior executives set corporate direction.
– Resources get allocated— from the top.
– Our core business will always be our core business. Predictability is better than serendipity.
– Radical equals risky.
– Experience is more valuable than curiosity.
– Entrepreneurship is something that happens on the fringes of the organization.
– Alignment is better than dissension.” – Gary Hamel
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