Brian Solis:

Digital change agents are passionate about digital innovations and ardent believers in their potential to help the organization succeed — but are sometimes reluctant to step into a leadership or change-management role.

These people are out there in your organisation desperate to help lead the revolution from within. Some may need a guiding hand. Others you’ll need to harness their enthusiasm and set them on the right path. Whatever you do, don’t let their potential stagnate or walk out the door!

How are you helping your digital change agents step into their full potential?

It’s too easy to get used to the way things are. Even problems. We learn to live them because “that’s just the way things are.” But as designer Toney Fadell says, look broader, look closer, learn to see the invisible thing that will solve the problem. It’s too easy to get used to the way things are. Even problems. We learn to live them because “that’s just the way things are.” But as designer Tony Fadell says, look broader, look closer, learn to see the invisible thing that will solve the problem. Great Ted even if you’re not a designer. If you apply what Tony offers in this video, you might just solve that one problem you’ve “learned” to live with. Do you know how the windshield wiper was invented?