On the Difference Between Simplicity and Ease

Topic:Leadership
Posted on:Apr 27, 2017
Captured by:Flint M
Method:Dictation

The leader must be aware of the difference between simple and easy: Easy relates to a process with a low coefficient of friction. Simple means ‘easily understandable,’ yet it is not, by definition, necessarily easy to execute. “Easy” is generally “simple,” however; “simple” is often not “easy.”

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