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1 “The significant problems we face today cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.” Albert Einstein

2 Times (and thinking) have changed…

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6 Sure Wish They Would Invent Something To Keep The Sun Out Of My Eyes.

7 Basic Premises The game of improvement has changed.

8 Basic Premises We know how to get what we’ve already got – just keep doing what we’re already doing.

9 Creating what hasn’t been done before is different than maintaining even the best of the past. Basic Premises

10 There is no THE way to do anything – this is especially true in regard to ‘leadership’.

11 “There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.” Ken Olson “A computer in every home.” Bill Gates President, Chairman and Founder of Digital Equipment Corp.

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13 Basic Premises The quality of the answers we get in life is a reflection of the quality of the questions we’ve learned to ask.

14 The game of improvement has changed. Don’t need to fix everything wrong to create the future. The answer is in the room. Basic Premises

15 One concept for today…

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17 How the Mind Focuses

18 1 st Factor We can only focus on one thing at a time. How the Mind Focuses

19 2nd Factor We get more of what we focus on. How the Mind Focuses

20 “ All of life’s answers are available, if we just knew which questions to ask.” Albert Einstein

21 ELS olutions “This is not the answer, this is how to keep asking the right questions, so the answers continue to reveal themselves as we need them!”

22 Three chapters…

23 “Every generation has the obligation to free our minds for a look at new worlds… to look out from a higher plateau than the last generation. Your vision is not limited by what your mind can see; but by what your mind can imagine.” Col. Ellison Onizuka, Astronaut

24 “My intention is to plant seeds of ideas and raise doubts about what we believe. Many of our beliefs are inherited, not opinions we have thought through.” Vine DeLoria, Lakota Sioux, author of over 20 books

25 Thomas Jefferson 1787

26 … institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind…

27 as new discoveries are made, new truths discovered and manners and opinions change,

28 with the changes of circumstances, institutions must advance also to keep pace with the times.

29 “My intention is to plant seeds of ideas and raise doubts about what we believe. Many of our beliefs are inherited, not opinions we have thought through.” Vine DeLoria, Lakota Sioux, author of over 20 books

30 Based on…

31 Basic Premises The quality of the answers we get in life is a reflection of the quality of the questions we’ve learned to ask.

32 “Every system is perfectly designed to produce the results you are already getting.” Don Berwick CEO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement


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