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WHAT IF WE COULD ALL HEAR EACH OTHER? NO, REALLY.
Wednesday, 19 Jun, 2013
WHAT IF WE COULD ALL HEAR EACH OTHER? NO, REALLY.

For decades I’ve been writing books on decision making in the buying process.

FACILITATIVE QUESTIONS: QUESTIONS THAT FACILITATE CHANGE WITH INTEGRITY
Monday, 25 Feb, 2013
FACILITATIVE QUESTIONS: QUESTIONS THAT FACILITATE CHANGE WITH INTEGRITY

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.

THE ROLE OF SYSTEMS, BIAS, AND EMOTION: THE MISSING PIECE IN DECISION FACILITATION
Saturday, 8 Oct, 2011
THE ROLE OF SYSTEMS, BIAS, AND EMOTION: THE MISSING PIECE IN DECISION FACILITATION

This article focuses on facilitating buy-in for decision analysis, change management, organization development, and complexity science.

You do a great job gathering and uncovering data to understand the presenting problem.

Do you hear what others are trying to say?
Friday, 9 Sep, 2011
Do you hear what others are trying to say?

Words are merely translations of what’s going on inside – a compression …