A change in focus can keep strategy sessions on track

Strategy sessions don't need to crumble into arguments about which idea is better, if meeting participants ask themselves what would need to be true for them to like another idea. That in turn allows for collaboration and idea exploration. "It does take two to tango in life and if you refuse to battle from the outset, it is likely that those around you will avoid that behavior too," writes Roger Martin, academic director of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management.

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