It’s easy to build something. It’s quite another to make it useful. Technology has a role to play, but we need the ecosystem for it to be successful.
From the Blog on Identity
What if organisations thought about identity like library books? What if organisations had to ‘sign it out’. And pay a ‘late fee’ if we kept it too long.
Digital transformation change makers need to build bridges between legacy systems and the new or future ones. This is immensely difficult work. But critical.
In identity the ‘space for one more’ principle reminds us we don’t have the full picture and creates the expectation that there is more to discover.
Separating registration and enrolment enables us to change our operating models and improve our insight. The hard bit is getting project managers to let go.
Change makers deeply understand the connection between identity and what we do. They know both learning and policing approaches can both lead to shame.
Qualifications are used to filter candidates, but they often are exclusive. They are signals of what club you belong to, but say nothing about your experience.
We feel anxious, uncertain and sometimes even like an imposter when we do something new. Feelings are real, true, and not the whole picture.
Challenging our stereotypes do not threaten the majority, it simply creates possibility for those who didn’t think it was ok.