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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Triple Loop Reboots and Resolving to be Different

The triple loop reboot was new to me.  Via colleague Julie Anixter. " ...  Remember, human beings crave stability and permanence.  When change threatens the stability of what we know, we often seek refuge in “what we have always done.” The paradox in this inclination is that change is the most enduring element of our lives. “What we have always done” is change and unless we willfully initiate a simple but systematic way to ensure we keep learning, unlearning, and relearning, we risk going down the same sad path as the French generals in the first half of the twentieth century.

Resolve to be different. Commit to making the Triple-Loop Reboot a natural part of your strategy to navigate change.  Beginning today. ... " 

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