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Collaborative Decision Making for Successful Implementations
Monday, 19 Aug, 2019
Collaborative Decision Making for Successful Implementations

I’ve read that there are leaders and project managers who prefer not to collaborate, when engaging in an initiative, because of needs for control. And decision makers who start their information gathering before fully involving those who will implement. What sort of success is possible when one source is driving change and may potentially sabotage a project because of their own biases,

Don’t You Realize Selling Doesn’t Cause Buying?
Monday, 5 Aug, 2019
Don’t You Realize Selling Doesn’t Cause Buying?

Until relatively recently, the United States Post Office (USPO) was a universal communication hub.

FACILITATIVE QUESTIONS: Questions that facilitate change
Monday, 24 Jun, 2019
FACILITATIVE QUESTIONS: Questions that facilitate change

As professionals a big part of our jobs is to influence change. We assume we know the appropriate means to get where we want to be. Certainly we think we know the right questions to get the data we think we need.

But sometimes our questions miss the unconscious drivers, and the incomplete data we collect as a result skews our outcomes. Or we unwittingly cause resistance even when our solutions are important and well-conceived.

The Real “Buyer’s Journey” or, the reason selling doesn’t cause buying
Monday, 17 Jun, 2019
The Real “Buyer’s Journey” or, the reason selling doesn’t cause buying

I moved to London in 1983 to start up a tech company after spending

The HOW of Change™
Monday, 20 May, 2019
The HOW of Change™

Because I wanted choice over my actions, I’ve spent a good portion of my life coding the trajectory of change. I realized early on that

Asperger’s put to work: an essay on coding choice and decision making
Monday, 29 Apr, 2019
Asperger’s put to work: an essay on coding choice and decision making

I wasn’t diagnosed with Nonverbal Learning Disorder – NLD, similar to