Success is the enemy of future success

By Pascal Dennis via blog.leansystems.org   Article

“Is there creative tension in our management process?

Corollaries: Are problems visible? Are we challenging ourselves or simply resting on our oars?

… purpose, at each “level of magnification”, is to create discomfort, and reflection ….

Wakefulness, if you will.

Success is the enemy of future success.

What quality do outstanding individuals (and organizations) share?

Relentless self-examination — after defeat, and more importantly, after success.

As evidence, I’d offer Michael Jordan, Jack Nicklaus, Garry Kasparov, Pablo Picasso, and all great sports teams…”

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