by Rebecca Teasdale February 24, 2020
Politics, turf wars, and a lack of alignment. These were cited as the biggest obstacles to innovating in large companies by Innovation Leader in a recent study published in HBR. In my work with executives and their teams, I see this challenge play out daily. What’s interesting to me is why ambitious, driven and brilliant executives choose to stay stuck when their energy could be so much better spent dealing with their urgent competitive challenges. I see executives allowing politics and turf wars to handcuff their most important initiatives –- the initiatives they are literally banking on for both their short- and long-term results.
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