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Get a Leg Up on the Competition: Embrace Ambiguity

Posted in Ambiguity, New Cards

Fukuda-cartel-1 In 1988, the American Management Association conducted a study of successful leaders. It found that the most important characteristic in determining a leader's success was their ability to embrace ambiguity. To this end, take a look at the image to the right: Can you see both sets of legs?

If not, study it until you can … it might give you a leg up on your competition.

Interested in other ways to embrace ambiguity? Check out these old posts:

A Dilemma: The Problem with Problem-Solvers

You Can Embrace Ambiguity: True or False?

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