Perspective MappingWe all have our biases. Why not make them visible? Perspective Mapping is a practice that helps you, the change agent, facilitate meaningful conversations between executives, management and staff by helping each layer understand the perspective of each other in a safe way. In smaller organizations you can simply run a retrospective with everyone. In larger organizations, that will be more difficult. It’s always a good idea to involve everyone from all levels in the same conversation but sometimes it isn’t always possible.
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Change readiness assessments aren’t a new idea…but there’s an easier way to go about them!
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How do you know the changes you’re working on are the most important to the organization? In a large enterprise, this can be challenging. I sat down with Joanne Stone, Agile Evangelist for TELUS to hear her thoughts about applying Perspective Mapping in her 40,000+ organization.
If all you have is hammer, every problem looks like a nail. Cute, but false. A hammer is just a tool, it doesn’t tell you how to use it. Here are 4 tools and visualizations you can use to help you make sense of complex organizational changes.
Once I was working with a team that was struggling to deliver one of those death-projects where no one understands why they're building what they're building and everyone, including management, feels powerless to stop. Sometimes it's easier to muddle along and...