It’s so easy to be the judge or critic.
It’s so easy to dismiss a new idea.
It’s so easy to do absolutely nothing. Until it’s not.
Being hesitant to adopt a radical new organization structure to address changing customer demands is understandable. It’s risky. But the problems and opportunities don’t disappear because you won’t act.
Refusing to compete against yourself makes a certain amount of sense, until you wake up to how much market share you’ve lost to the competition through your inaction.
Hating the Affordable Care Act may get you on Fox News, or make you the big man at the backyard BBQ, but it doesn’t fix the spiraling cost of health care or deal with the huge societal and financial costs of the uninsured.
Defenders of the status quo mostly get a pass. Until it’s too late. Than the day of reckoning can be pretty brutal indeed.
Fine. You see the failings in my idea? You don’t like my proposal?
Then you owe us your plan.
Go ahead, we’re listening.