Yes, it is a negative statement, but in uttering it, you desensitize the team to a harmful fear of failure.
I am responding today to an article in The Globe and Mail titled “‘Fail fast, fail often’ may be the stupidest business mantra of all time.” Continue reading
Niels Pflaeging’s amazing little book, Organize for Complexity, gives good advice on how to create self managing organization that are resilient and stable. Continue reading
Managing Complexity was the topic for this year’s Global Peter Drucker Forum in Vienna a few weeks ago. Complexity overwhelms the old style of command and control management, but the followers of Drucker offer better alternatives. I wish could have attended, but I will have to be satisfied summarizing based on the writings of others. Continue reading