Editorial Reviews for this title:
The most potent catalyst in a firm's success is change. In this insightful book, Jim Harris details the philosophy and specifics of creating companies that respond successfully to change. With practical advice from companies who've made resilience a corporate motto, The Learning Paradox offers insights on how to adapt to the chaotic new world of business, including how to create, motivate, and continuously improve, and design systems and structures for growth.
Digitization, deregulation, globalization, new competitors, Net-based business and liquid intellectual capital are rewriting the rules of business. In times of rapid change, experience may be your worst enemy! Almost every rule we know about business has changed. Change, creativity and ingenuity are the drivers of new growth. Organizations thrive by creating new value for customers.
Over 80 percent of the technology we will use in 20 years hasn't been invented yet! What will prepare you for the future? Learn how to learn. Become self-corrective and self-reflective. Increase your creativity and work better as a team member. The Learning Paradox
will show you how to:Create new markets, products & services
- Design systems & structures for growth
- Maximise shareholder value, employee security and customer loyalty by creating effective monopolies
- Lock customers into new relationships that delight
- Attract and retain the best employees
- Keep margins higher than your industry average
From the Inside Flap
For further reading, see Jim's other bestselling books Blindsided: How to Spot the Next Breakthrough that will Change Your Business Forever, and Emotional Learning.
From the Back Cover
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