October 08, 2009

Try out new ways of doing things to perform better

In this blog posting, Paul Sloane writes, that it almost took ten years before Dick Fosbury’s high jump method came to dominate the sport, and nowadays all the top performers use it. Thinking about this, I thought about this posting and this posting with inputs from Gary Hamel, Clayton Christensen, and Vijay Govindarajan.

A question to you: To which degree are you trying out new ways of doing things to perform better - instead of resisting change?

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