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September 2015: Unconventional Wisdom: Tongue-in-Cheek Solutions to Society’s Most Vexing Leadership Problems


Modern society has become one big mess.  At least, that’s what Donald Trump says.

Mr. Trump has been busy bucking convention.  That strategy has ratcheted up his popularity, which might suggest that people are fed up with convention.

That might be true in principle, but in reality, most leaders I know are stuck in convention, as if in quicksand.  In fact, I would say that of all the dumb things leaders do to make matters worse instead of better, the one that stands out is their collective tendency to follow convention.