- You’re unfamiliar with new technologies or approaches in your industry.
- When someone asks why you or the company does things in a certain way, you think, “Well, that’s how we’ve always done it.”
- When making decisions, you focus on how much risk your options pose rather than on the opportunities they represent.
- You discover that colleagues are working together in ways you haven’t—such as Slack, texts rather than email, and mobile rather than desktop.
- You keep proposing the same old strategies and tactics to address new challenges.
- You try to make old solutions ever more precise rather than pioneering entirely new ones.
- Millennials leave your team faster than they do other teams in your company.