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Embrace changes

December 12, 2019
by
Manoj Agarwal

Many times you resist change and adapting anything new, and worry too much on the unknown unknowns. This can plague your decision making and agility. Radical innovations are a function of errors, iterations, failures and experiments. In dynamic business environments today, organizations should not worry too much on change, rather they should execute a quick plan B if the plan A fails. Change fast, fail faster, respond fastest. This has been our learning and practice at Xoxoday.

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December 12, 2019

Embrace changes

Many times you resist change and adapting anything new, and worry too much on the unknown unknowns. This can plague your decision making and agility. Radical innovations are a function of errors, iterations, failures and experiments. In dynamic business environments today, organizations should not worry too much on change, rather they should execute a quick plan B if the plan A fails. Change fast, fail faster, respond fastest. This has been our learning and practice at Xoxoday.

Manoj Agarwal

Manoj is a co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Xoxoday.