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November 08, 2012

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Nice article.

I agree. The individual who demonstrates the greatest amount of flexibility ends up running the system so they say.

Businesses and business leaders should always be looking for the next great thing and this is only attainable by looking to encourage new ideas. Do things the way that you have always done them and your results will only be as good as they were.

Absolutely love TED Talks. I haven't seen the one you cite here, but I'll have to keep an eye out for it. It sounds very interesting. I like the concept, too, of allowing employees to "bend" rules and remain flexible. Such an approach may inspire action, which is what Seth Godin calls one of the greatest absences of the modern workplace (in the book Poke the Box).

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