What if when we looked at our organizations, we were really seeing them as if for the first time?  Wouldn’t we notice things that we look right past because we’re so used to the cracked mirror or the pile of junk in the corner.

Can a sense of what Tom Kelley in The Ten Faces of Innovation calls Vuja De ("seeing what’s always been there but has gone unnoticed") be developed?  What if you had anthropologists on your team that were always thinking that way?  What if instead of walking right past an opportunity you were looking closely enough to see it?

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