How can you most effectively help somebody solve a problem? A simple question produces the most amazing results. The question evokes very creative answers and ones the person is ready to do. As great problem solver, I eagerly offer solutions but find they are ignored.
If people understand and accept "why", they will figure out how to make it happen. This idea provides a practical application of the three principle of Motivation 3.0, Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose. Do project managers spend any time discussing why?
Often we are brought in to help break through the boundaries of approach and context to help clients simplify projects and get them done less expensively and faster. Don't we all want that. The challenge is that not all situations can manifest themselves that way. Th
Meeting, or work sessions are more productive if people come prepared. I make a habit of asking people to do some things in preparation for any meeting I am leading. I call this prework. The preparation is excellent way of getting the meeting going productively. &
Over the past 2 months I have found myself listening or participating in conversations that were driving for an absolute answer. I am by far no mystic guru or physocologist, but it is sad to see the energy we spend endeavoring to be right. Please don't take me wrong, this is not a
Reflecting on the days activity with three questions: How? What? Who? Every day, just before finishing work, save a few minutes to reflect about what happened today. Look at your calendar and compare what actually happened — the meetings you attended, the work you got done, the
As a Business Analyst, a critical success factor is to ensure that all requirements are efficiently captured for the development team to use. Curious about what other business groups’ best practices are, I attended the webinar presented by IAG on "Inside Effective Business
Data governance is an issue for everybody in the business intelligence business. The following are a series of blogs on Data Governance. I would like to invite comment and criticism. Data Governance – Introduction Process Design Introducing Data Governance
Schools are shelling out for IPAD's in these tight times. The New York Times recently published an article about the use of IPAD's in schools. Math That Moves: Schools Embrace the iPad I really think the software available and the ease of use and por
Alvin Toffler has submitted his idea on the top 40 in the next 40 years. He did quite well 40 years ago with his predictions in Future Shock. I wonder what you think of these predictions. http://www.toffler.com/docs/40%20for%20the%20Next%2040%20101011%20FINAL.pdf