Sunday, 25 March 2007
My colleague Peter Storrie sent me a message last week about my "Success is NOT plan driven. Success is NEEDS driven" call to arms. Peter says that he agrees with the statement but that both parts are necessary... the second part being by far the most critical, but the first being important to achieve the latter. Peter's legitimate concern is that the message gives permission to those people who aren't plan and performance driven and/or don't want to be. They probably believe that they are needs driven and therefore have been validated to keep on doing what they are doing. Peter argues that he isn't sure that the message helps; it is the right message for the wrong audience... what do you think?