sexta-feira, outubro 10, 2014

Fuçar, uma espécie de humildade

É sempre reconfortante ler Tom Peters, com a sua opinião desempoeirada e longe dos convencidos cinzentões do costume, sempre cheios de certezas e com soluções emprateleiradas:
"In a world that’s anything but straightforward and simple, Peters refuses to reduce business and management to an orderly set of bullet-point prescriptions.
My real bottom-line hypothesis is that nobody has a sweet clue what they’re doing. Therefore you better be trying stuff at an insanely rapid pace. [Moi ici: O equivalente ao meu fuçar, fuçar, fuçar] You want to be screwing around with nearly everything. Relentless experimentation was probably important in the 1970s—now it’s do or die.
Did you ever read Leadership the Hard Way, by Dov Frohman? The two things I remember from that book are, one, that 50 percent of your time should be unscheduled. And second—and I love that this is coming from an Israeli intelligence guy—that the secret to success is daydreaming."

Trechos retirados de "Tom Peters on leading the 21st-century organization"

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