Innovation – The Round Peg In A Square Hole
You might have noticed the image on the cover of the book. It is the proverbial “round peg in a square hole.”
Several years ago, when I was explaining to someone about not being a very good employee since I always argued, never followed the rules, and saw things completely different than all the other employees, he jokingly said to me ‘You fit in like a round peg in a square hole!”
I thought about his comment of “not fitting in” and the metaphor he used and one day, I came up with this. The original was made out of wood, I then had them cast in Lucite.
A “round peg does fit in a square hole!”
“To ask the hard question is simple.”
Serial Innovator, Keynote Speaker, Trainer, Innovative Thinking
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