Don't keep it simple, stupid

10/14/2013 | Strategy+Business online (free registration)

Simplicity can be a good thing, but not every problem can be solved with a simple, elegant strategy, writes Sally Helgesen. It's important for leaders to prioritize finding effective solutions, rather than seeking simplicity above all else. "By focusing potentially profound conversations on three action points or five bullets ... [leaders] risk squandering the opportunity for thoughtful engagement," Helgesen argues.

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