Cross-posted to Medium Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on the project to date. Notes from this month: I have separated the Book project from the Change Planning Model project. Having a new Change Planning Model within the book weakens my argument for the book that much of what we need for the […]
MeaningfulFlow June Newsletter by Wendy Wickham If you wish to participate in the survey (anonymously) – click this Survey link. The button in the email does not transition into the image. Thank you for your help. I look forward to your responses.
I have put together a proposed lab for The School of the Possible. This is a project spearheaded by Dave Gray. He’s doing something deeply personal that resonated with me. I want to help. This initiative also provided an opportunity for me to get clear on what I am doing with my new service – […]
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In The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse: How to Spot Moral Meltdowns in Companies… Before It’s Too Late (Amazon affiliate link), Marianne Jennings defined the warning signs of a dysfunctional organization: Pressure to “meet the numbers.” And those numbers are often wildly unreasonable. Fear, silence, and sycophancy. If you are new to an organization – check your […]
Anyone who has worked with me has been subjected to my rants on testing. That time needs to be allocated for it. More than you probably planned for. (You did plan to test, didn’t you?) That a good test plan includes both the “does this button work” testing AND the “can I do my job” […]
The next step is taking that list and prioritizing it into nice to have and need to have. For the Survey tool…what are the principles that guide that decision? Mine are: Can people get to the survey easily and using their preferred method of access? If it is a pain for them to get to […]