[The Startup Daily] #32: The Best Way to Predict The Future Is To Create It

It’s a quote I’ve heard many times, but it never gets old (by the way, I highly recommend signing up for The Startup Daily):


The Startup Daily
Volume 32
February 14, 2011

The Best Way to Predict The Future Is To Create It

Innovation is about letting go of today’s assumptions to make room for tomorrow’s breakthroughs.

Seek Out and Embrace Unexpected Changes—These Are Your Opportunities

Shifts in the market, culture, and technology rarely happen the way they are predicted. Always keep and ear to the ground for early signs of change.

Don’t be excessively loyal to the old ways of doing things. Set your best people to work on identifying tomorrow’s opportunities, not fixing yesterday’s problems with yesterday’s products.

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The Definitive Drucker: Challenges For Tomorrow’s Executives — Final Advice From the Father of Modern Management by Elizabeth Haas Edersheim summarizes the most popular ideas presented by Peter Drucker. Peter Drucker wrote 39 books and is regarded as the founding father of modern business management.

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