Tag Archives: Frameworks

The Evil of Mandatory Fields

The Evil of Mandatory Fields

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Forms are a vital part of an information business – they’re the primary way that organisations capture data about their users, and often the mechanism by which they understand what their own teams are doing. But, if they’re so useful, why is it that no-one likes them? I’ve been working with a large organisation in […]

The Search for Meaning

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Problems in projects arise from a lack of shared understanding, not (necessarily) a lack of governance. This absence of understanding leads to a lack of meaning for those managing a project; meaning being exactly what is needed to decide how to manage the work effectively.  In our experience, successful implementation is enabled by understanding a […]