Leaders Want to See RISK on the Menu, but Few of Them Actually Order It.

As with everything, we see the world around us not as it is, but through the filters of our own personal catalog of experiences.  Risk is no different.  The neocortex is the part of the brain that processes risks.  It does so by cataloging all the stimuli throughout our lives that represented danger, or potential …

How to Hand an Innovation Project Back to the Core Business

In track and field, a standard track is 400 meters long. That's a little over 1,300 feet, or just shy of a 1/4 mile.  In a 400 meter relay race, the handoff of the baton must take place within a 20 meter zone, or 65.6 feet. The receiving runner only gets 10 meters of the …