We’re coming close to the nub of it. It reminds me of an Eric Ries’ quote (in relation to entrepreneurs not being in the business of prediction but it [the quote] is relevant here also) “you can make all the models and forecasts you want but it’s basically a waste of time”. Why? “We can’t escape the fact that change management focuses on people” Darius Johnson)
In the end, there is value in all the contributions I have referenced in this week’s blog and it is all these parts (referenced), considered as a whole, will solve this Rubik’s cube: People, Process, Product and emPowerment but people a commanding and perpetual first.
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For more information on the movement go to: http://theleanstartup.com/
For more information on Darius Johnson’s Stop the Insanity go to: http://goo.gl/c76jRs
For more information on the Prosci 2015 Benchmarking Study, published in March 2015 go to: http://goo.gl/c76jRs
For more information on Rubik’s Cube go to: https://eu.rubiks.com/
For more information on Talking Heads and a link to the video for their song Road To Nowhere go to: http://www.talking-heads.nl/
David Byrne and Talking Heads may have been on a road to nowhere but it doesn’t mean you have to be. Find out more about our TPF 4Ps Model (People, Process, Product, EmPowerment) at www.theprojectfoundry.com and also to find out about the stuff that matters!
Rebooting one cube at a time!
But if I were you… I’d check out Talking Heads first!