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Designing my next step

Well it turns out that cocooning took longer than I thought it would – the process of dissolving your external identity and going within to explore what you might want to become is non-linear and does not go according to … Continue reading

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Taking Kanban virtual!

A while ago I wrote about the costs of switching your focus across tasks and my intention to run an experiment of using a personal Kanban board to help limit my work in progress and bring greater focus to my … Continue reading

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If being data-driven is so good, why is it so hard?

I have long believed that fact-based decision making is better, but ironically there has been little evidence supporting that belief. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) conducted research on this very question in the fall of 2014, and concluded that “data-driven” … Continue reading

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Learning by Doing

In my last post I reflected on whether people actually use data to make decisions.  I also spoke about direct personal experience as a form of data.  Experience informs most decisions, but not always in a consistent way.  We tend … Continue reading

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