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“Practically Radical” by William C. Taylor

Published on April 18, 2013 By Steven Weiss

“Practically Radical” is a must read for anyone who wants to disregard previous instructions. The ideas are fresh; the book is chock full of instantly applicable ideas. The book challenges conventional wisdom. It is almost but not quite as radical as my book.  Sorry for the plug. If you’re interested in reinventing your company and [...]

2013 – Seeing What is Next

Published on December 17, 2012 By Steven Weiss

Introduction Seeing differently means questioning how we are doing things, whether we are working on new solutions to old problems, or creating new ways of doing things that have never been done or even thought about before. 1.  Disruption is the New Normal.  Management performance should not be measured by how much disruption it can [...]

Instruction Manual Update: Inventing The Future

Published on February 15, 2012 By Steven Weiss

The future will be a time for actors rather than spectators.  Predicting the future is a common practice.  Most enterprises have planning departments that predict the future.  Let them go.  An enterprise should invent the future not predict the future.  It is the difference between being passive and being active.  The risks are there regardless, [...]

Things To Think About When Thinking About Solving Problems

Published on February 10, 2012 By Steven Weiss

A lot of people keep solving the same problem over and over again in the same way instead of solving the ones they haven’t tackled yet and instead of finding new ways to tackle the old problems. They do this because that’s what they know how to do. This is far more common than is [...]