I’ve written about the importance of getting a “reverse mentor” on numerous occasions. I recently happened upon this article highlighting Tesco’s decision to create an advisory board of children ages 9 to 12.

To be sure, the board’s directive is focused on a narrow area but the idea of tapping into the creative energy of young people is one more corporations should consider employing.

Of couse, it’ll first require them to unlearn the idea that only “father or mother knows best.”

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