Simplicity Rules

By Mike McKenna

January 24, 2017


Saw this recently while researching different leadership ‘models’.

“The practice of ***** requires one to embrace complexity.”

Wow.

Of course that’s not the first (nor the last) leadership model written by academics intended to reshape the way leadership is practiced.

Clearly there are some awfully big brains out there with an opinion on how to improve the state of leadership. More power to them.

However, when I look at the best led organizations and the best led projects, responses, etc., none of them involve excessive amounts of engineered complexity.

Go figure.

I see us all on a journey together to improve the state of leadership.

And while any journey worth taking has its share of bumps and potholes … I can assure you that the road we’re on and the destination we’re headed to are intended to be simple, at every step.

Let’s embrace simple.

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Mike McKenna

About the author

Mike McKenna is the founder and president of TEAM Solutions. He helps public and private sector leaders improve their outcomes before, during and after a planned event or unplanned crisis. Please contact Mike via the Contact page.

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