Glenda Eoyang says, “Wicked problems plague the global community today—climate change, violent conflict, hunger, corruption, to name a few. [Your]… issues may not be that far reaching, but they are equally wicked… ”
Adaptive Action Cycles, or Adaptive Action Planning, is a way to tame Wicked Issues and Sticky Problems.
An Adaptive Action Cycle has three phases, each phase id focused on a type of question. What? So what? Now what?Read More
What? So What? Now What?
Adaptive Action Cycles give you a way of spotting patterns and taking action.
So do Agile Retrospectives.
We’ve always used the pattern of the Agile Retrospective merged with concepts of HSD Adaptive Action Cycles mixed-in.
So what if we used the full pattern of the Adaptive Action Cycle from HSD with some experience of Agile Retrospectives mixed-in?Read More
How can open space be effective inside mega-corporations operating in a critical and highly regulated industry?
This is my story of holding space for drug development teams working inside one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies.
The “CEO of the molecule” invited everyone to gather offsite to figure out how they would safely get a breast cancer “cure” to the oncologists and patients who desperately needed it.Read More