By Chally Kacelnik
We keep coming back to purpose, because it’s critical. Here are three of our greatest hits on purpose from the blog:
Getting Practical Work Done Using Purpose: Two Case Studies – how the Garden Bridge in London and the Ford Ensel fell over.
Purpose is critical. It’s all too easy to assume that you and others are on the same page – or that your own understanding of a purpose won’t shift over time if it isn’t documented. Whether you are addressing the purpose of an organisation, a project, or a task, if purpose is unclear, lots can go wrong.
If you’ve ever assigned a task only to find that the work that occurs is not what you’ve intended, context and purpose may be the missing factors.
What is it about a crisis that focuses our attention so fully for a short period of time?