Good questions

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You can drown in information. Without a way to define what you are seeing it may be difficult to find what you need. When the right questions are asked then answers will emerge. Instead of looking for quick answers, take the time to develop good questions.

Becoming

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It’s difficult to make something last.  With a context that is always changing, people and organizations need to learn to change to survive.  A person that starts a journey is often not the same person that finishes it. The process of becoming is ongoing and never ends.  The moment that you become fixed is the moment that you start to … Read More

Process vs. progress

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It’s easy to mistake creating a process for making progress.  A process can help you define a workflow and add clarity.  It’s a step an organization can take to standardize how something should be done and communicate it to others.  A process is a snapshot in time.  Creating a process can feel like progress and contribute to growth.  But, it’s … Read More