Cognitive biases that hold us back from becoming more agile
Strategies designed to increase the success of implementing new ideas
Encouraging innovation and collaboration, and energizing others
How one well-known company successfully designed and applied new, disruptive ideas
We’re all born with the gift of creativity, but throughout our lives, we're conditioned to eliminate agile thinking. We’ve become creatures of habit, with upwards of 90 percent of our thoughts being the same day after day. Our brains aren’t naturally wired to create and embrace change.
The majority of us simply conform to habits, allowing our minds to become submissive to biases we don't even realize we have. Fortunately, we can retrain our brains to be more agile. Research says 80 percent of agility is learned and acquired, so we all have the ability to unlock our potential.