In their quest for the best, leaders need insight, creativity, and judgement.
Continual innovation comes from gaining credibility, via commitment towards our capabilities.
Magic happens when we dare to venture into the dark, and pull out possibilities that lie camouflaged within.
Are you able to convert your ideas into cash?
Do you know that it is possible to create fountains of innovation within your organisation?
If not, read on!
We live in perilous, gyrating times. With imperceptible alacrity, today’s core competencies become tomorrow’s core rigidities.
Creative synergy fuels innovative momentum; this is what propels the knowledge ecologies of today.
Corporate learning programmes must cannibalise their Stone Age agendas ~ because they now know this truth:
Creativity or Catastrophe!
Corporations and communities have recognized their need for Creative Commando Units to direct their brains at continual innovation.
Candidates applying for jobs are entering a marketspace of unprecedented turbulence.
The New Millennium is characterized by great flux, featuring the evaporation of obsolete data graveyards. Recruitment scenarios can no longer pay lip service to the contents of dusty manuals. Interview scenes of today demand evidence of brain force.
The status quo is being constantly shredded, and executive challenges demand executive excellence ~ by all members of the organisation.
The choice is clear: Innovate or Incinerate!
Move . . . from Bureau-CRAZY to Bureau CREATIVE!
[Excerpted from the 'Ideas on Ideas' edition of The Braindancer Series of bookazines by Dilip Mukerjea. All the images in this post are the intellectual property of Dilip Mukerjea.]
Say Keng's personal comments:
Dilip Mukerjea is absolulely right when he exhorts earlier in this weblog:
"Unless you keep learning & growing, the status quo has no status."