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“Luck” happens because the person has used a systematic approach to ensure progress toward their dreams and goals. It’s not as simple as just getting lucky.
Working to create a robust learning culture will help develop the skills required to increase agility and navigate a world of constant change.
I decided to end my focus on goals, something I’ve called ungoaling. This means developing habits for activities that will contribute to my overall success.
In my book Being Human, I challenge the notion that technical competence and a Robotic approach to Human Management still has a place in a Humanistic world.
Nothing moves people into immediate action quite like necessity. When the danger of NOT doing anything is strong, people are willing to try anything.
It’s important that we protect the most valuable asset that we have: our attention and focus. Here are the three areas that I am working on at the moment.
Organizational agility provides a competitive advantage. As organizations adopt initiatives to keep pace with change, success will hinge on agile teams.