The ‘Five Whys’ Technique

Five whys (or 5 whys) is an iterative interrogative technique used to explore the cause-and-effect relationships underlying a particular problem. The primary goal of the technique is to determine

Disruptive technologies

The following are examples of disrutive technologies a) Mobile internet, ubiquitous access to the internet through a mobile device. This

Targets are they a good thing?

Seeing the quote below recently from Deming, the author of ‘Out of the Crises’ is very pertinent. Targets drive behaviour.

Listening is a talent.

Listening to people, others opinions, markets, problems is at the core of the ‘philosophy’ of Bubble. Attempting to have a

10 competencies all change agents need.

The graphic below caught my eye on Twitter. It captures the features that you need to lead through change, to

Aspenify scope

I like this diagram from when we initialy thought through the Aspenify knowledge management platform. It demonstrates the number of

Partners and Clients