Innovation does not happen without two fundamentally different types of people: Architects and Builders.
Architects are the designers, the ones that conceptualize the big idea, layout a plan to make their idea a reality and make sure the concept is engineered to work.
Builders, conversely, are the implementers, the ones that bring the idea to life, the folks that get the concept in the market.
The best architects know how to design something that can be successfully built.
The best builders understand how to translate something new to the world into a pragmatic reality.
The best leaders assemble teams with both types of people and assure that they can work together.
Leaders that are serious about driving remarkable growth don’t make the assumption that a great architect knows how to successfully put up drywall. And they don’t expect a terrific contractor to come up with award-winning design ideas.
Is your growth team ready to take the field?
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