If you wanted to go to the moon, would you take a train to get there?
Of course not. We all know trains don’t leave the ground. They travel on tracks that have been laid years ago on pre-defined routes. They utilize a source of fuel that while appropriate for ground travel, would hardly generate the force necessary to achieve lift off – let alone leave the atmosphere. And most of them are hardly aerodynamic.
Yet leaders who have the potential to fly to the moon unwittingly confine themselves to the equivalent of railroad travel when they rely solely on goals to help themselves and people in their organizations achieve results… download full report.