This month inaugurates a new Fast Company column. The Big Idea is that it’ll be about change
and innovation, both the kind we initiate from within and the kind from without that we must adapt to. This is a little bit Ethonomics-y and a little
bit Leadership-y, informed by science and current research, and more
personal than a lot of stuff that goes into the magazine. I’ll be looking at questions like:
does preparing for the worst become planning to fail?
- How do you
reinvent yourself gracefully?
- How do we deal with global threats to our
economy, environment, and our way of life without
- Who are the key people and relationships that help us weather change?
- How can technology become a friend instead of an enemy?
I’d really love this column to be a conversation so that it can be as useful as possible for our readers. So I’ll be blogging regularly with questions for you, and highlighting the best responses from contributors.
nonprofits and philanthropists to describe how they think their mission is
going to fix the problem in question)
The Little Bang Theory
The New Good
The Next New Thing
The Next Best Idea
Brave New Worlds
Ringing the Changes
Changing the Lights