the Power of Human Ingenuity
in a corporation, we must get through the next three months, on
plan, on budget, with no surprises. Thriving is a different
story. Every day the game changes because somebody, somewhere,
is inventing the next new thing. As technology managers we must
make a choice: survive then die, or adapt and thrive. People are
by nature clever and adaptive but our desire for order and
control can shut down any human ingenuity. Is there a way to
have it both ways at the same time? Steve offers a three
dimensional model for surviving, collaborating, and thriving in
an era when technology changes come from every direction.
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"You have an
absolutely unique view and approach to the dilemmas of
leadership called Colorful Leadership. I will tell you
that in 12 years of featuring a broad array of leaders, I have
never come across anything remotely like your approach."
Linda Hatcher, Editor,
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interview with Leadership Guide Magazine
Colorful Leaders take a disciplined look at situations from
three perspectives, one at a time, and then act appropriately
based on the complete picture. It is based on the additive
color process that makes every color television work. Red,
green, and blue lights combine to create white light, and a full spectrum of
colors, forming a beautiful high definition image.
Wille, author of Colorful Leadership, is a senior
applications manager at a large insurance company with U.S.
headquarters in Colorado. He has over 25 years experience in
corporate information technology management. His article on
Constructive Conflict has been published internationally.
Steve is a PMP (Project Management Professional) and has
developed multiple large information technology systems from the
ground up. Steve's MBA degree is from Regis University in
Denver, and his BSBA degree is from the University of Denver.