Our politics aren’t broken, they’re fixed.
I can’t take credit for that truism. It came from Katherine Gehl and Michael Porter. She’s the former CEO of a food manufacturer near Milwaukee. He’s a Harvard Business School professor.
One day after Illinois’ governor candidates met in their first debate that enlightened no one, Gehl and Porter spoke at a Harvard Business School Club of Chicago luncheon about our horribly polarized politics and about solutions to fix what’s fixed.