Clinging to old habits

Managers believe the challenge is to keep existing operations running smoothly while fostering an environment in which new ideas can thrive and old ones can die. The world has changed; continuity no longer matters as much as innovation.

Even when their very survival is threatened, some businesses refuse to make the necessary changes. This “cultural lock-in” is a clear indication of a company’s decline.

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