Today I was at a meeting with Sainsbury's and one of the points they made was "Insight unlocks value" in their business. So the question is, what is insight and how does it do that?
In broad terms, insight is nothing more than fresh thinking. This can come about as as result of new information or analysis of data sparking a fresh perspective or simply a reflective moment or an "ah ha" moment, when you suddenly see the same thing in a completely different way.
Insight is highly valuable. A whole stream of new actions and results can occur as a result of it. In fact the more you are open to new insight, the more flexible and adaptable your effectiveness will be.
A word of warning however - Insight doesn't necessarily mean that you will get something right, it just means that you've seen it differently, which creates a new reality and new possibilities. In fact, someone who is insightful will likely make more mistakes than someone who is not - however, as we know, more mistakes = more learning.
So how to you get more insight?
The best way to answer this is to start by considering where it doesn't come from:
Meon Springs is all about helping you kick back a little and finding more insight to unlock real value for yourself and your business.