Talk shows, from Johnny Carson to Fresh Air, have always been about spectating. Comedy, TV, graphic arts, business leadership, politics--they've been sold to us as spectator sports. Selling spectatorhood is pretty easy.
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What exactly does personalization look like? This is a question that we get all the time! Although there isn’t a canned answer or program, The Dudes along with David Gregory from G&D Associates (http://www.gregorydenby.com/) have come up...
It's possible that Peter Parker was uninformed. Organizations tend to view "responsiblity" as doing the safe, proven and traditional tasks, because to do anything else is too risky.
Scott Fuller's insight:
This rings so true in my experience. Without top leadership's willingness to lead the way by informing themselves, innovating, taking risks, and making bold decisions, change will continue to be slow and frustrating.
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