The last thing we ought to do is replace existing ideas about organizations with yet another idea and go on as we have before believing we have the solution.
Dick Richards, Artful Work
People may genuinely become excited by a beautiful idea and even support it wholeheartedly. But as the idea moves closer to implementation, insecurity and self-doubt set in. The supporters of the idea may then subconsciously sabotage their own efforts to prevent the change.
Jamshid Gharajedaghi, Systems Thinking
In organizational life, a good idea on paper hardly bodes success. Too often, good ideas bite the dust long before they are tried or brought to fruition. To succeed, a good idea must run an obstacle ...