Inertia is usually better resourced than change—better staffed, better financed, and better organised.
It’s usually easier to get paid to do something that reinforces the status quo than it is to do the radical work needed for an overhaul of the existing order.
Much of what we do collectively actually holds us back rather than takes us forward.
In a position of responsibility, how do we support the change agents on whom we depend for our future success?
Radical change might require radical support.