“That’s just another thing for me to manage.”

… this is the pervasive way of thinking about things in the white-collar enterprise world (which admittedly is often a slice of work), and this is probably the most brutal to any ideas around “innovation” or “growth,” IMHO.

Basic situation: executive orders some new tech. He was really kicking tires on it for months. He brought in tons of stakeholders. He’s absolutely convinced this…

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