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Kolb Learning

It's a good story, even if it's not true. You make a decent point in your article, but there are certainly limits to how beneficial taking initiative can be. If you're not very knowledgeable or confident with what you are working on, it is often better to ask for permission.

David Taylor (brandgym)

Thanks Nobby,

Like you say, story still makes a point. And "Never let the truth get in the way of a good story" is how I was trained!



Radio 4 also just ran the story but alas, it's a hoax and has been on the go for a couple of years. Shame, and the principle is still a good one even if the story isn't true.



v cool story! hit my heart as I've work with very traditional giant Japanese corporates.... Thanks :)

David Breznau

great post. thanks.

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