chapter  22
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Continuous improvement through disruption

It is not necessary for an organization to grow bigger; however, it must grow better.

(Drucker, 1986)

One of the central goals of this handbook is to provide the thinking and tools to help your practice become better. We’ve tagged disruption as the leading indicator, because disruption leads us into new ways of thinking about the boundaries of our profession. And, with a focus on the larger role available with design for solutions, this approach provides us with a mission that identifies the needs of your stakeholders, not just to get them a brand-new building, but to help us, as practitioners, find a role in identifying the larger needs of the organization.