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« How do you create sustained high-performance and innovation? | Main | Income inequality: cause or effect? »

October 17, 2010

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Stan Yanakiev

Steve,

I hope you are right saying that organizations under pressure to deliver more with less are open to and ready for radical changes. What I observe is when cost cutting mantra and accountant thinking prevails, it means delivering much less with less.

Steve Denning

Stan,

I agree it may go either way. They may choose less with less or more with less.

I'm just reporting that I see some firms choosing the latter.

Even as we watch most established firms go with the former, my sense is that the choice isn't exactly conscious. It's mainly an assumption that there is no other way. Once they realize that there is another way, then we see movement.

Steve

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