The future isn't what it used to be. It used to be that we could just bully and buy our way into a better future. That was growth in the industrial era. In an information era, power is more about mind than muscle.
In this era, with unprecedented levels of uncertainty and primacy of information, we learn our way into the future. This makes learning the most important strategic and practical commitment in our intention toward growth. This means getting our questions right.
This kind of learning is the opposite of industrial era learning, which was memorizing. This is about growing new habits of inquiry and iteration. It's about being agile and smarter together.