April 2017

Transformation is not an isometry!

Do you remember your physics? I do! Thanks to my highly “numerical-obsessed” provincial high school teacher in a laidback humble small town in Rajasthan. I still remember the definition of Isometric Transformation. An isometric transformation is a transformation that preserves the distances and angles between a pre-image and its image. Put simply, in an isometric transformation the image is exactly the same size and shape as its pre-image. Today, while dealing with organizational transformation in various enterprises, I have resonated that simple statement again and again “transformation is not an isometry”. Transformation does not mean just “doing things ... Read More