I really liked this mini-interview with Steve Denning about how to create dramatic change without budget or authority. The interview is part of Seth Kahan’s up-coming book, Getting Change Right.
One of key comments by Steve is that he felt his knowledge initiative at the World Bank was better off starting out starved for resources. They had to prove the value of it and as they did so they found the resources they needed.
Being hungry can be a boon rather than an obstacle.
Thanks, David. It’s amazing, isn’t it? Hunger refines the focus, forces you to zero in on value because there’s nothing to get in the way!