Posted by Lancing Farrell 850 words
Some time ago I posted on Frank Ostroff and the barriers that he believes prevent change in government . Ostroff makes a lot of sense – formulate a vision, be mindful of your present situation, seek the support of stakeholders, set a clear path, understand the complexity in what you are doing, and hold people accountable. However, I have found that sometimes you need a simple tool to take those ideas into practice. I was once asked by a CEO.
‘How do you get people to fundamentally re-think what they are doing instead of making incremental improvements to optimise what they are currently doing?’
Maybe this is the answer. Continue reading