Most companies today claim they are embarked on a transformation to ensure their long-term survival in this era of disruption and rapid change. But in their day-to-day practices, many of their leaders and employees blindly follow the same practices they always have. The results include a rising tide of fading stalwarts, including Sears, Toys R Us, Borders, and Men’s Wearhouse,





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Written by lyceum
69 days ago

I will check out the book (Detonate: Why - And How - Corporations Must Blow Up Best Practices (and bring a beginner's mind) To Survive)) mentioned in the post.



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