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.
Adding Context and Purpose for Better Work
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.
Sharing Context and Purpose at Work
What is it about a crisis that focuses our attention so fully for a short period of time?
At LKS Quaero, we help organisations to plan with purpose in order to get work done well. For more information, visit us at lksquaero.com or follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook.