Tue, 8 November 2022
A lot of organizations have a factory mentality that is process-centric and does the same thing all the time.
You have to think of yourself as a laboratory. You test, experiment, and innovate.
You will make mistakes along the way, and that’s ok. That is what the laboratory mentality is all about.
It starts with the concept of challenging why things are done the way they are.
Next, you create a team. Volunteer to lead an effort to find a better way to get something done.
Then define what that future of work looks like for the organization and communicate it to others.
Experiment and empower your employees to take action.
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