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Thursday
Jun232011

Being Wrong - A Key To Innovation

How does it feel to be wrong ? How does it feel to realize you were really really wrong ? Culture trumps strategy and often a leader's ego is the BIGGEST stumbling blocks to an organization's progression and important innovations.

Watch Kathryn Schulz , @wrongologist and author of Being Wrong, Adventures In The Margins Of Error talk about culture and  common attitudes about right and wrong and the problem it creates. In my view its THE key problem to industries, organizations and people progressing to new and better ways of solving our biggest challenges.

Tell me, Bryan O'Rourke, what do you think about being right and being wrong ? Do you agree with Kathryn's views ? Is ego a big obstacle to you or your organization progressing to a new level ?

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