Why you shouldn't follow your industry's best practices

07/7/2011 | Logistics Viewpoints blog

Sometimes it's better to innovate than follow traditional best practices for your industry, says Adrian Gonzalez. "In the process of avoiding reinvention, you might also avoid invention," says Gonzalez, who encourages leaders to use best practices to refine rather than define their path.

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