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 more than 15 years of consulting and mentoring start ups, building corporate enterprise strategies, and influencing industry trends. His methodology is now available for you to build traction around your ideas. The more people who believe in your ideas, the more your ideas are worth.

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