As COVID-19 continues to demand a new way of living, working, and evolving, reinvention seems to be all the rage.
Articles are suddenly asking for reinvention advice. Amazing management thinkers are hosting podcasts on reinvention. We get more interview requests and have shared the tools of reinvention with more students than ever before.
But what is reinvention, exactly?
Two years ago (when our global community was much smaller), I asked this exact question to many of you - and with many debates and iterations, you helped me develop this definition:
As our tools grew and practice in real-life companies, communities, and non-profit organizations multiplied, it became clear that reinvention is about a system that can sustain constant change:
And now I ask for the power of collective intellect once again. What definition of reinvention would you give?
What kind of vision of reinvention would be most useful right now?
What kind of concept can we bring to the world to make it better, stronger, more resilient?
What new language is needed today?
I can't wait to read your reactions and learn from your insights!
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Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva helps companies such as Coca-Cola, Kohler, and IBM turn change and disruption into an opportunity
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