Here’s your new process.
By Bill Reeb
I was looking for a process that was logical, yet would be dynamic enough to respond to life as it unfolds around us.
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For example, when I am hired to help an organization create a strategy and then implement it, I call upon a formal process to get us from vision through execution. However, often the reason I am called in the first place is that someone or some organization realizes they are stuck.
When this is the case, I first take a look at
- where they are,
- what they have already done and/or attempted
- and where they want to go,