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My book review is on Beth Comstock’s book, Imagine It Forward: Courage, Creativity, and the Power of Change. Comstock, formerly a GE lifer who rose to be GE Vice Chair, was a change maker who led GE’s push into digital and clean-energy transformation. In the book, Comstock offers guidance on how to become an emergent leader, one “who is ready to meet change early, navigate ambiguity, and help develop a future few can see.” (p. 363)

Much of her guidance includes ideas that I have written about extensively, such as having clear visions and becoming comfortable with ambiguity. Here, I’ll focus on some thoughts that seemed a little different, new, or interesting to me: