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Breaking Through Old Mental Models for Innovative Success

Updated: Jun 28

It's essential to periodically challenge our mental models—those ingrained assumptions that shape our understanding of the world and guide our actions. Peter Senge, the author of "The Fifth Discipline," emphasizes the power these models can hold over our decision-making processes.

Embracing Change.

Embracing Change.


While tradition has its place, we must recognize that we live in a time of rapid change and disruption. It's not about discarding old ideas, but about staying agile and open to new possibilities. Ask yourself: Is your team actively engaging in creative thinking to generate fresh, innovative ideas?

Cultivating Diversity in Thought.

Cultivating Diversity in Thought.


Diversity is not just a buzzword; it's a catalyst for innovation. Consider the trailblazers who were once dismissed for having what was considered a “crazy” idea.


• Airbnb - “Who would want strangers in their home?”

• Uber  - “People are really going to get in the car with a stranger?”


On the flip side, think of the giants that fell because they failed to adapt—for example: Blockbuster or BlackBerry. Their stories serve as cautionary tales of what happens when alternative perspectives are ignored.


Be Curious.

Be Curious.


Curiosity is the very trait that leads to discovery and growth. Don't shy away from experimenting with approaches that may seem unconventional. It's through such exploration that we find new paths to success.

Let's commit to questioning the status quo and fostering an environment where diverse ideas are not just heard but celebrated. By doing so, we can ensure that our organization not only survives but thrives in the ever-evolving landscape of business.

Stay curious, stay bold, and let's innovate together.





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