When I pause and reflect on the problems I’ve attempted to solve that have gotten some traction, they have almost nothing to do with the ‘roles and responsibilities’ or ‘expectations’ of my job. Rather, they are ancillary problems persistent in an organization, ecosystem or field.
For instance; How do you account for 2nd or even 3rd order consequences in choosing specific items for development over others?
This is a large ecosystem problem. A problem of the job – not a responsibility in the job. Most would just do as they’ve always done with the tools given to them, it’s almost a defeatist ‘best we got’ approach. A resignation into complacency, the corporate gold-standard.
This series is about the journey I’ve made in a corporate & personal environment re-investing my knowledge and the innovations I’ve attempted.