"The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking that created them." ~ Albert Einstein
A highly talented business strategist (and all around good guy) by the name of Gary Klaben brought this article to my attention today. As is often the case with visionary thinkers, Hall and Johnson's article will probably make a lot more sense to a lot more people today than when it was written in 2009...
When Should a Process Be Art, Not Science?
by Joseph M. Hall and M. Eric Johnson
Harvard Business Review, March 2009
That's one of my favorite scenes from the movie "48 Hours" (1982) and I cannot think of a better place and time to use it. I have just two things to say about this...
* According to Merriam-Webster, SLOG, as a transitive verb means...
1 : to hit hard
2 : to plod (one's way) perseveringly especially against difficulty
RAMBLE ON, the name of my SLOG was inspired by the Led Zeppelin song with the same name. It also describes the content, which reflects my very random observations about life, work and my endless pursuit of the sublime. See tag list below...
My "Fiscal Cliff" Playlist
"When you realize how little you know, you have become a philosopher."
~ Socrates ~