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Make sense before you make choice?

January 15, 2012

If I combine my last three posts “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity“, “From sense-making to scenarios“, and “The future has a way of arriving unannounced” in one picture, I think it would look something like this bow-tie shape:

I think the previous posts explain my line of thinking, I’ve just added them up into one graph. I’ve added a big WHAT on top, as I think all the elements described in my picture, wheather it’s sense-making or decision-making, are about the what. What options do I have? What choices do I make? True, you can use your skills and certain methods to make this process happen (how), but most of the value lies in the results (what).

Q: Do you think these steps (find info, make sense, etc.) represent skills everybody should master?

Image on top of page: Rock formation in Torres del Paine, Chile (own photo)

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