There is often a tenderness to new ideas and change that are killed off if put too soon into organisations. They require hardening.
From the Blog on Ideas
We see the arrival and rarely the journey. If you are walking to Toronto, it makes a big difference if you start in Niagara or Vancouver.
Idea creation is a bit like gardening. You plant a lot of seeds, some germinate, but we select to pot up or plant out as the chosen few.
Jargon itself isn’t bad or even negative. It’s part of what creates and maintains groups. Jargon is part of culture.
Control and change often are like a sandwich. And perhaps mindset is the peanut butter and honey (or jam) that hold them together.
Sometimes we meet another who is in the mindset we were before we changed. And perhaps we are angry with them for being where they are at.
It was drilled into us copying other people’s work is stealing. However, there are no new ideas, just ideas built on other ideas.
In our idolisation of efficiency, Scrooge would be proud. We have sucked the joy out of work and life in the name of efficiency.
There is something about growing up which teaching us that there one 'right' answer. Perhaps it's the tests 2+2=4 or that when you put two hydrogen atoms together an oxygen atom, you get water. But it not just math and science, we get graded on our understanding of...