Said simply, progress makes more progress easier.
In Jim Collins’ book, Good to Great, he called it a giant flywheel. Once it starts to move, it’s easier to get behind and help it move faster (p.14).
So, that idea you have for a new product? Or an innovative approach to improve customer service? Or that new and different way to organize your company? How might you get started today without fear that you might be wrong? Odds are you will be wrong. But, being wrong gets us closer to being right.
This week: End it smarter than you began it. Try something more, better, and different that teaches you something new.
Is your team aligned and rowing together in the same direction?
Looking for a way to see how aligned your team is on your direction and strategy? Have them take this 3-minute strategy assessment and use the individual scores to get the conversation going!