- Technology executive and author Tom Kelley calls them devil's advocates. Guy Kawasaki, another notable executive author, calls them bozos. Whatever label or moniker one attaches to them, they are the people in business organizations who act as speed bumps or roadblocks to innovation, and they are a powerful force in American business.
So powerful, in fact, that th......Full article >>>
il's advocates by recruiting and nurturing all three.
"The real act of discovery consists not in finding new lands, but seeing with new eyes," he said, quoting French novelist Marcel Proust.
Kelley has been asked to develop a diagnostic test to uncover these traits in job candidates, but thus far he has declined. Instead, he advises organizations......Full article >>>
consumer trends. One day, Kelley noticed that Chris wasn't wearing a wristwatch, which seemed peculiar to a man who practically has had one attached to him for 40 years.
"So I said, `Chris, what's up with that? You've got meetings to go to,' and he said, `Look, I don't need a watch. I've got my cell phone, which keeps perfect time. It never has to be reset when I go to a new time zone. I......Full article >>>
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