ST principles applied to office work

Russell M. Field


I'm hip-deep in Confessions, and it's striking several chords with me. The non-vehicular connection I'm making is with the workplace (particularly white-collar environs at this point).

SO - has anyone explored the application of these thought processes and concepts to the flow of work, information, etc.? I have some preliminary thoughts, but would like to hear from others before airing them.


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    Rodney Rutherford

    I'd made more workplace connections with the prior book ('bottom-up revolution'), especially similarities to iterative/agile project management models (in contrast to the waterfall development model). I think the approach is useful for any problem where the path to realize the goal (and sometimes even the goal itself) is ambiguous.


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