Managing conflicting ideas and priorites

There are more ideas than ears to hear, so understanding competing interests is important to idea formation and evolution.

Examples of conflicting ideas

  • Make vs.¬†Buy (insource or outsource)
  • Getting Back to Basics vs. Building New Markets
  • Sustaining Innovation vs. Disruptive Innovation
  • Keeping the Lights On vs. Exploration
  • Planning vs. Execution (strategy and tactics)

 

Daniel Howell

Daniel B. Howell has 15 years of experience in consulting corporate enterprise strategies and influencing industry trends.

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