Strategy is often inhibited by fallacies in thinking. One of the greatest of these is the either/or fallacy. This informs the mindset that when presented with two apparent options, one must choose one or the other and that they are mutually exclusive.
The problem with this kind of thinking – while this may be useful for particular commitments – is that it does not allow for the divergent or even integrated options one may develop.
It’s taken a little longer than I thought, but I’ve returned to the Blog and today is the start of a new series, answering questions and responding to the needs of my readers. Many of my readers are older than the
In many leadership discussions, one of the key ingredients for leadership is usually absent. Leaders must have ideas. Popular leadership ‘styles’, ‘personalities’, etc. etc. all make the mistake of separating out this important quality. Someone is an “innovator” and another