The thing about change we rarely read about is that choices are not always between one desired outcome and one undesirable – both are desired
From the Blog on choices
Digital transformation decisions should never be made on cost or legality alone. Digital transformation choices should be value based and strategy based.
As you move from black to white you travel through a thousand shades of grey; and then a whole multitude of colour will explode before you.
Going digital often is a resource allocation question, which communicates our values. We can become more ‘robot-like’ or we can ‘care’ more.
When we go digital, there are always trade offs to wrestle with. Choices will need to made about security, protection, privacy versus utility. Who decides?
If there are more than 2 candidates to choose from your votes don’t cancel each other out, they matter. Get out and vote.
If we don’t choose to put the big rocks in first, they won’t fit. The order matters. If we understand our purpose, then it impacts our other choices.
Decisions are rarely a choice between right and wrong; decisions are most often judgements between alternatives; multiple alternatives.
Here are four things to remember when we deal with people and change projects: 1. People are both rational and irrational. We are rational in that if we understand ourselves well enough we usually can see the thread of logic used in decision making. Almost always this...