By Steve Denning – Getting started in the right way is usually the hardest and most important step. Reasons and arguments don’t work: they just lead to counter-arguments and more arguments. Instead, the best way to begin is to find an example of things going well somewhere, and then to communicate that in a story. By getting people to talk in a story-telling mode about times when things went well, they come up with their own ideas that contain the kernel of the future.
The challenge is bigger and tougher than we think. When the building blocks of society are broken, it’s not just a matter of working harder or finding a quick fix. It’s about dreaming large ideas and thinking, speaking and acting differently. It’s about persisting when the odds seem impossible. more> http://tinyurl.com/8xnmlrt
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