Monthly Archives: January 2016

Management by Decisions

Many of my posts focus on Decision Management, a first-order business/technical process that includes the following elements: Plan Decisions: Frame the problem to be solved as an explicit decision model. Make Decisions: Synthesize alternatives, evaluate alternatives, assess risks/opportunities, capture rationale, … Continue reading

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Let’s Manage Interactions

We are putting the finishing touches on a N-Squared Interaction Manager for our U.S. Government customer; it won’t be long until this new tool is blended into our Decision Driven® Solutions Framework.  I can write a lot about WHAT interactions … Continue reading

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Ultimately Lean Innovation

Think for a second about what the ultimately lean innovation process might look like: Attack the right problem: Use a proven criteria pattern to evaluate your portfolio of problems to solve and select the problems that will yield the greatest … Continue reading

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Be a special projects hero

Fame. We all want to live forever.  But it’s best if we do that by making a real difference in something that matters. Many successful professionals are tapped to be members of a “Special Project” team at some point in … Continue reading

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