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Part I: Opening Your Mind to Clear Thinking > Transformational Thinking

Chapter 3. Transformational Thinking

Rather than merely taking incremental steps toward change, transformational thinking involves forming a new concept of the current system. This results in a break in thinking. Transformational thinking is radical in that it changes established procedures. It challenges the assumptions underlying such statements as, “We’ve always done it this way.”

Transformational change is based on a new paradigm, a different way of thinking. It replaces an established framework and aims at renewal rather than refinement. Transformation is a change, not in degree (as in incremental thinking), but in kind.



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