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Knowledge Discovery Process Revisited

It occurred to me during a recent training class to make a small, but important change to my Knowledge Discovery Process diagram. Please refer to this old, popular post from two and a half years ago – Understanding Your Process … Continue reading

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Mapping Your Process as Collaborative Knowledge Discovery – Part 3 (Thinking)

This will be the last post in the series about process visualization in professional services, specifically within the context of applying the Kanban method and one of its core practices, visualization. Earlier in this series: How to understand the process … Continue reading

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Mapping Your Process as Collaborative Knowledge Discovery – Part 2 (Observations)

I’m continuing the series of posts dedicated to visualization of creative processes. Earlier in this series, I wrote about: understanding such processes as sequences of dominant collaborative activities, resulting in knowledge discovery and information arrival – with an example from … Continue reading

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Mapping Your Process as Collaborative Knowledge Discovery – Part 1 (Recipes)

With this post, I return to the topic of process visualization in professional services. I wrote previously how we can understand such processes as collaborative discovery and enrichment of knowledge and gave some examples. They key part is the focus … Continue reading

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KDP Example #1: A Startup’s Measure-Learn Process

I showed in my previous post how we can understand a delivery process as a process of knowledge discovery. The resulting process diagram showed how knowledge continuously arrives and accumulates through a sequence of dominant activities. The points separating those … Continue reading

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Understanding Your Process as Collaborative Knowledge Discovery

There is a general trend and desire to make work more collaborative. Yet when I ask groups of people in the workplace to draw a diagram of how they work, they often come up with something like this (I’m simplifying … Continue reading

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