In a recent article, I read this line: One survey revealed that “39% of jobs in the legal sector could be automated in the next 10 years. What that says to me isn’t that machine learning and artificial intelligence, along with robots, will replace knowledge workers. What it says to me is that there are …
Like members of a once-popular band, leaders like to go “back to the basics” – hoping that their tried and true strategies and approaches will work one more time. The reality is that context matters in leadership. And to that end, leaders must constantly learn and constantly re-invent the approach they take with their teams and staff. In other words, what got you here won’t get you there.
Employee innovation isn’t simply a by-product of a great innovation program or company culture. It’s also the removal or reduction of one key key dynamic.