Staying Power (Spring 2009)
William Shakespeare. Henry Ford. Walt Disney. Martha Graham. Marshall McLuhan. What these individuals have in common - apart from being exemplary integrative thinkers - is staying power.
Staying power is not about responding to a one-time crises or rebounding from a setback: it's about continuously anticipating and adjusting to deep, secular trends that can permanently impair the effectiveness of individuals and organizations. In this issue, we explore how those who are open to new ways of thinking are more likely to thrive and achieve staying power than those who cling to yesterday's approaches.
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