Opening Our Mind to Paradoxical Thinking [Blog]

I tend to be drawn to patterns; maybe it’s a need to impose temporary order to a world of controlled chaos, or the need to look for clues that can solve complex challenges.  I find that just when we get comfortable thinking about something in a certain way, there appears to be a contrarian view that has merit, and that in and of itself is helpful for leaders to keep in mind. This week I ran across three such examples of contrarian views, and as you identify more, they remind us to suspend the human inclination to sometimes think we know it all.
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