From Chief Learning Officer: Best prac­tices have some value, but they’re not the tools your leaders need to chart a path forward in chal­lenging times. “A best prac­tice can be useful, but it is not what creates the future,” said Paul David Walker, a busi­ness coach and author of Unleashing Genius: Leading Your­self, Teams and Corpo­ra­tions. “It is espe­cially dangerous in a time of dramatic shifts in para­digms, which is what we’re going through now.” · Go to Why best prac­tices are bad for busi­ness →