Sideliners and Scotomas1

by Sideline Teammates

Technically, a scotoma has to do with a “blind spot” in a person’s visual range, which is a relatively normal characteristic of any mammal’s eyes. Creatures with serious scotoma problems literally can’t see important objects in their field of sight. However, when figuratively applied to the management phenomenon of not seeing the whole picture of a given organizational problem, it takes on a special meaning. [more]

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