Reset for Regulation and Utilities: Leadership for a Time of Constant Change
Mark Jamison () and
The Electricity Journal, 2011, vol. 24, issue 4, 86-93
"Reset" means to develop fresh perspectives and knowledge about the future, all the while holding in trust the wisdom of the past. This article examines three juxtapositions: (1) Focus on next practices, not best practices; (2) Emphasize learning the why of how things work and not just the what; and (3) Provide leadership rather than try to lead.
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