From Harvard Busi­ness Review: When it comes to creating the future, the only thing more worri­some than the prospect of too much change may be too little change — espe­cially in an economy where there are too many competi­tors chasing too few customers with prod­ucts and services that look too much alike. Now is the time to rethink long-held strategic assump­tions inside your company, to chal­lenge decades of conven­tional wisdom in your industry, and to push your­self to learn, grow, and inno­vate. As Albert Einstein famously said, “Prob­lems cannot be solved at the same level of aware­ness that created them.” Or, in the spirit of some unknown Texas genius: “If all you ever do is all you’ve ever done, then all you’ll ever get is all you ever got.” · Go to The 10 Ques­tions Every Change Agent Must Answer →