Originally published at www.Forbes.com
Nobody would argue that great leaders are lifelong learners. And to help great leaders learn management science has historically borrowed from more established disciplines to supplement its relatively short history. Emotional intelligence and the importance of self-awareness have risen from a tradition of behavioral and neurosciences. Innovation has roots in scientific disciplines like aerospace and chemistry. Modern problem solving approaches in organizations have emerged from several fields of mathematics. And while these contributions have been meaningful in the quest for knowledge, in my experience, today’s managers . . .