Computer says no people are tearing apart good ideas. They’re preventing innovation and they must be stopped. You have the power to force them to change and to listen. It begins and ends with each one of us not allowing this mediocrity in our communities, companies and social lives to continue on.
‘Computer Says No’ Type People Are the Problem.
Tim Denning

Don’t allow mediocrity. Create and set higher expectations. We are at a point that this behavior has got to be seen as a “CLM” (Career Limiting Move). These employees are a hinderance to a organizations embracing change and adapting to the rapidly evolving business world!

Each of us can step up and force this behavior to stop! Great post Tim!

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