Worldview 3 for Planning and Action

Worldview 3 for Planning and Action

This is part of a new worldview-based post series. It is intended for planning and action use by executives and managers. These posts offer an example framework that might be adapted to address particular needs and situations. Worldviews are updated weekly. Planning and action examples appear in each post. This post describes how to extract action targets from worldviews.

Predicting Our Near-Future: Is This Really Possible?

Predicting Our Near-Future: Is This Really Possible?

Nobody can predict the future, right? Especially with much of the world in chaos and worse. Predictions will be mostly wrong or misleading. But if you can’t predict, how can you plan and act? You could assume a near-future as best you can, and stay flexible in case your assumptions are way off your unfolding reality. But there is a better way …

If You Can’t Measure It, You Can’t Manage (Improve) It

If You Can’t Measure It, You Can’t Manage (Improve) It

This apparent conundrum came up while I was trying to develop a simple system for leadership skills self-improvement. Step #1 is figuring out just where you are on some leadership scale. Turns out there are very many ways to do this. Credible ways? Not so many. For something as important as leadership, this is a serious problem. Here are a few ideas for solving it.