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Oct 19 2008   3:33PM GMT

New Thought Leaders

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

If one of the reasons people stop or slow learning is a reduction in there willingness to accept risk, how do you inspire the principles of continual learning, continual improvement, kaisen etc. type thinking innately within your organization? When the world loses a foremost thought leader (e.g.) on topics such as excellence, leadership, self-renewal and organizational renewal how do you inspire others to discover their inner leader, step forward, and begin carrying the torch to continue a notion for continually getting better? And how do you help to create and inspire trust within others to welcome these new thought leaders with open minds, hearts and arms?

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  • Ontopofit
    In this situation one has to consider why risk has increased within an organization and what shift has occurred inside the culture that makes this a viable option to cease improvement processes. Interestingly enough in our current times where there is a shortage of inexpensive capital continuous improvement is the only path forward that makes sense. There needs to be a safety factor in an improvement culture that allows for testing of new ideas and acknowledges the benefits of failure. We need to continually move our organizations through three stages of development or maturity. Dependent, independent and interdependent cultural state. Experience the power of an interdependent culture and you will never go back.
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