What if I told you that all problems are illusory figments of our imagination, and all solutions are predetermined based on our perceptions? Weinberg/Gause offered this definition: “A problem is a difference between things as desired and things as perceived.” Join Peter as he delves into the implications of this perspective. That the problems we encounter depend entirely on things we control, what we desire and what we perceive. If you’re looking for an eclectic exploration a little further off the beaten path, this is it.
On the whole, we don’t do well with solving certain types of problem. Very often the information that we don’t have—and don’t know we are missing—is overwhelmingly more important that what we think we know. Join Peter as he shines a light on our blind spots.
Tomorrow is history, the old normal is gone, the future is a shared unknown. So we share pressing questions. What do we do after we finally accept all of this? How do we make progress despite the uncertain future? In this session Peter offers a possible C.H.A.O.T.I.C. approach.
Have you ever wanted to listen in on a far reaching discussion between three experts passionately exploring the topic they love most? That’s your opportunity this month. The topic is “change and chaos” – we touch on why Disney World garbage bins are 30 ft. apart, why they put the walkways down only after we’ve created a muddy path, and why we prefer the tried and true, rather than the new and shiny. Take the time to enjoy a totally different webinar format than we’ve ever offered in the past.
We often lack formal authority or power in our organizations to make change happen. Which in no way mean we are powerless, or without options.
It is difficult to understand what it is to be a manager. And there are often few guides or pointers on how to do it well. We correct that error here.