Blog Article Collection

In my travels I see a number of common ailments including:• Duck flu - recognisable by the persistent need to 'get our ducks in a row before talking to our stakeholders', when logic tell … Continue reading »

Structure Brings Flexibility Published on June 27th, 2016

Many of us are familiar with the pressure that comes when you are working with complexity. There is often a pressing problem at hand that has multiple root causes and is inhabited by multiple stakeho … Continue reading »

What is a Dilemma? Published on May 11th, 2016

Communication is the tool we humans use to navigate our way through the world and particularly so when we choose to collaborate with each other. Collaboration is all about using our words and languag … Continue reading »

Ready, Set.....Hang On - Not That Innovative! Published on April 21st, 2016

I was just reading an article in the Mandarin about the Prime Minister's support for thinking differently in the Public Sector:"Turnbull unsurprisingly endorsed former federal mandarin Peter Sherg … Continue reading »

Misinformation Published on April 20th, 2016

Over the last few weeks I have had conversations with a number of people who referred to their frustration with misinformation in the collaborative processes they are involved in. Two of the people w … Continue reading »

Being OK with (Un)certainty Published on April 4th, 2016

"Help! My team is being asked to do something new and they aren't used to the high level of uncertainty. They are getting stuck. What can I do?"This cry for help came from a client who is using … Continue reading »
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