If you talk to anyone who has played games, they can tell stories of awkward hits and ones in the sweet spot. Decision making is like this
From the Blog on Strategy
Tennis or Golf?
When we seek change, innovation, or even seek to lead a team, it is tempting to play tennis, when often it is wiser to play golf.
100 Day Sprints
One of the ideas behind sprints is to have everyone focus on a part of the build over a distinct period of time. What will you do?
Part of the role of leadership is to watch organisations and industries. To ‘read’ them. When the ‘surf’ is good, leaders go surfing.
If one organisation shares its due diligence or capacity assessment of a partner with another organisation, it is sometimes called passporting
Reimagining our current lives, organisations and societies can be hard to visualise. But this work by Thomas, who using AI, created just that.
Decide, Don’t Dither
Too often, when we realise the decision we need to make is not popular or might cause upset or angst, we dither, instead of deciding.
The Financial Value of a Life
Ratios regarding cost per beneifciary, a supposed management tool, at times it can feel like we are putting a financial value on a life.
Not Good Enough
Because the donor told us to is never a good enough reason to do something, especially something you don’t feel comfortable with.