Find out what has been happening? Where are the changes? What can we predict? What are best practices and do they still work? Are there even better processes? Where are the breakdowns? This will give you insights into other people’s processes, how to improve coordination with them, and move away from competition and into collaboration.Two of the strongest ways to establish a structure to your product are through a coherent product process and through the creation of clear product goals.
Inspiration draws from the working group between the (APM) and the UK Chapter of the (INCOSE) to explore the interface between Project Management and Systems Engineering. Support for this area is growing in the project management community, leading to the creation of a new . To some extent, systems thinking is part of project management’s DNA. But systems thinking adds value when you realise that the world of projects is imperfect and uncertain, not deterministic, and has a significant human dimension w
Finally, understand that it may take time to discern, develop, and apply alternative behaviors in your organization. People have been doing things a particular way, possibly for a long time, and find comfort in repeating old patterns. Keep learning, keep walking your talk, keep moving forward.
A methodology for mapping and modeling the forces of change in a complex system in order to better understand their interaction and govern the direction of the system it enables stakeholders to combine input into a dynamic hypothesis uses computer simulation to compare various scenarios for achieving change (Milstein and Homer, 2006).interventions across the life course to reinforce and sustain long-term behavior change
“Leader as teacher” is not about “teaching” people how to achieve their vision. is about fostering learning, for everyone. Such leaders help people throughout the organization develop systemic understandings. Accepting this responsibility is the antidote to one of the most common downfalls of otherwise gifted teachers – losing their commitment to the truth. (Senge 1990: 356)