Blogger’s note: This piece is abstracted and reblogged from the Cutter Consortium. I originally wrote it for their Business Technology Strategies Email Advisor, August 2012.
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Most senior executives are steeped in a way of thinking that was already obsolete when you learned it. It’s not fair, but that’s the way it is. More on how it happened below, but first….
What Does It Mean to be Using Obsolete Thinking Skills?
It means you are likely unconsciously applying your intelligence, experience, authority, and leadership influence in a way that is making you and your organization less rather than more strategic, effective, and successful.
So what is that obsolete way of thinking? Continue reading