Leaders of highly successful ventures often take unconventional approaches to achieve their success. Being innovative and thinking differently is what sets them apart from those that are simply trying to keep their boat afloat and fend off disruption and the consequences of corporate complacency.
In a new book called Simple Habits for Complex Times – Powerful Practices for Leaders (published by Stanford Business Books in February 2015) the authors provide tools, approaches and new questions that could help many CEOs in their quest to achieving the corporate transformation required to survive and thrive in the complex, ambiguous and volatile world we now live in.
Read how executives should stretch beyond managing the probable by adopting these three new habits of mind:
- Ask different questions
- Take multiple perspectives
- See systems