Category Archives: Check

Sets of things that are together as a whole thinking

They say that if you can’t describe simply what something is, so somebody who doesn’t know about it can understand it, then you don’t really know it yourself. Look here! This is from here, a description of the different parts … Continue reading

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Wheeee!

Space Mountain Rocket into the outer reaches of darkest space on this high-speed thrill ride that hurtles you into the final fun frontier! Enter the crisp launch bay as it orbits a nearby planet. The bay welcomes you with its … Continue reading

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Systems thinking in Benefits-listening to demand (part 2)

Arguing is a good sign. Arguing is a good sign that people are engaging with listening to demand and are having to think through what they are there for. As described in the previous post, after each intial demand listening … Continue reading

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Systems thinking in Benefits-listening to demand (part 1)

Listening to demand is exciting. Really powerful and enjoyable. I loved sitting behind a reception desk listening and watching a young lad proudly show me how he had arranged his files and leaflets, and how he deals with different people … Continue reading

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51 things I have learned doing Systems Thinking in Benefits so far.

Listening to demand is exciting, enjoyable and worthwhile I thought I knew about Systems Thinking, turned out I had just memorised content from books. People like looking at control charts You don’t need to follow good design when putting data … Continue reading

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