Monthly Archives: February 2015

Reflections on decision tracking

In recent posts I wrote about the possibility of changing how an organization makes decisions by changing how I make decisions and the impact of self-observation. For the past three weeks I have been tracking decision making behavior of both myself … Continue reading

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Connecting data to emotions with stories

Last week my team did a training with Cole Nussbaumer on how to more effectively tell stories with data (see Cole’s site at storytellingwithdata.com). The training was fantastic – not only covering many of the best practices of creating data … Continue reading

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The impact of observation

In my last post, I committed to practicing being a data-informed decision maker. Upon further reflection, I realized that I did not fully understand the current situation – I did not have data on how often I, or other leaders … Continue reading

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Can we leverage fractals to create change?

I have been thinking a lot about fractals lately.   A fractal is a repeating pattern, in which replication is the same or similar at every level of scale, and is a naturally occurring phenomenon. Fractals are beautiful, perhaps because their … Continue reading

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