A project is defined, in part, by its outcomes. They describe us what it looks like at our intended project destination, in terms of where we are but also in terms of what we have learned, gained, developed. By defining good outcomes, we actually develop a great way to regularly check whether we are still … Continue reading Outcomes and the problem you are trying to solve
I’ve been thinking about the entire subsection of GTD which relates to better definition of outcomes and ultimately better results. The storytelling and delegation post can be considered as a couple of ideas aiming to solve a subset of that entire issue, which can pretty much be summarized as follows: “How do I make sure … Continue reading How many possible worlds can you see?