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Improving decision-making in projects

An irony of organisational life is that the most important decisions on projects (or any other initiatives) have to be made at the start, when ambiguity is at its highest and information availability lowest.  139 more words

Project Management

The Risk – a dialogue mapping vignette


Last week, my friend Paul Culmsee conducted an internal workshop in my organisation on the theme of collaborative problem solving. Dialogue mapping is one of the tools  of the tools he introduced during the workshop.   2,066 more words

Project Management

'Engaged Leaders' or Learning Organisations?

I read an article today by Charlene Li on ‘Why No One Uses the Corporate Social Network’ and felt compelled to provide my response as a short blog post. 503 more words

Dialogue Mapping

Learning More Effectively with IBIS Diagrams

My colleague Neil Preston at PsyOpus is a very intelligent and deep thinking man. As such, my favourite question to him when he has his weekly conceptual breakthrough is to ask “So what Neil?”. 2,116 more words

Dialogue Mapping

From Analyst to Sense-maker

About 6 years ago, whilst still at my last job, I was feeling pretty disillusioned about the software industry in general. After only having worked as a software engineer for about 5 – 6 years, it felt to me that the entire industry was full of miscommunication. 1,742 more words

Dialogue Mapping

Mapping Aging in the UK -Part III.

Neo-cartography: A Transnational Account of Aging in the UK

On September 6, 2010 the European Commission (EC) proposed for 2012 to be designated as the “European Year for Active Ageing”. 1,991 more words

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