Complex problems in your technical systems might appear less complex, if your facilitators were able to keep it simple. These 7 habits stand in the way of keeping it simple!
Failure Mode, Effect and Criticality Analysis is a convenient method to gather knowledge and experience about the behavior of your technical systems. FMECA sessions can be very motivating for your fellow workers because you share insights, learn new things. A skilled FMECA facilitator can make the difference. Key is a simple set of 4 principles.
Wouldn’t it be great if we all got warnings before a major incident occurs so that we can prevent them from happening? Sounds like science fiction perhaps, but it is not. We just need to start looking differently and use different tools. Below is the story of how we discovered what to do differently.
This is the last part of a series of 5 blogs about the HOW of Complex Problem Solving & the Cynefin Framework. Here we try to fix the State of Disorder and come out of the Zone of Assumptions.
In part 1 and part 2 of this 4 part series of blogs I outlined the importance of a unified interpretation of the term impact when we talk about change preparation. Specifically how different interpretations of the word "impact" can lead to significant increase in risk. We looked at impact from the point of view of technical impact versus business impact, limitations in scope, assumptions, documents vs real life. In this blog (part 3) I am going to outline 3 additional interpretations of the word impact and illustrate the risk involved; timing, business case and accountability.