How to become a thought leader

11/14/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

Producing an idea that changes the way people think and work is doable by following certain practices, writes H. James Wilson of Babson Executive Education. Linking old ideas to new ones; picking an apt objective, such as greater efficiency or lower costs; and adapting ideas to make them more timely will lead to their adoption, Wilson writes.

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