HOW CAN YOU CREATE A CULTURE OF
1. Identify likely risks & opportunities related to your organization's mission.
2. Brief people on the four phases in questions of obedience: cooperation, strain, divergence, and divergence amplification.
3. Impress that the earlier individuals overtly question, the more likely they will think for themselves.
4. Intelligent Disobedience can be done politely, but prepare people to act assertively when necessary.
5. Establish a norm that when told policy forbids doing something innovative, individuals check the relevant policies themselves.
6. Develop simulations to teach Creative Disobedience.
7. Build into orientation & development programs the elements of Creative Disobedience.
8. As leaders, remain supportive when individuals display Intelligent Disobedience in service to the organization's values, even if outcomes are imperfect.
9. Value & encourage the creative use of Intelligent Disobedience to counteract a culture descending into learned helplessness.
10. Reward committed perseverance when working to correct unacceptable situations or to find better ways of achieving worthy goals.