Chameleons change color, that's a given. But what if you learned they change color for different types of reasons? That sometimes they change so fast humans can't see it? Or that maybe the change is not for the reason many people thought they knew? If we understand why they change, maybe we can use the lessons in our own lives.
Lots of organizations seem to operate on a constant 24/7 time frame, or at least 12/12. So how do they find time time to reflect and refresh? One company did just that by creating its own "90 day cycle" to push hard and then stop to review and reflect. Results? Great way to fail fast and learn faster.
Intriguing ideas can come from unexpected places. Creativity involves finding ideas in one field and applying them to very different one, so what might managers learn from African animals that could help their organizations? Maybe more than they would think.