Smart leaders of tomorrow should themselves be the revolutionaries

sunAn asymmetrical and activist world demands asymmetrical and activist leadership; public leaders should actively embrace complexity and dissent; transform old, rigid, super-tanker organisations into open and adaptive social movements; and make themselves vulnerable and accountable to the many, not the few; to campaign together, in new and sometimes surprising coalitions, for public value and the common good.

Amongst the rash of analysis around the turn of the year, this is one of the best: 2017: The Year of Tomorrow by Robert Phillips

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