Jan 27, 2019
SPaMCAST 531 features our essay on Balancing Control and Self-Organization to Avoid Heat Death. Control and self-organization represent a classic Goldilocks and the Three Bears problem. We discuss whether there is a solution. Interested in more on this topic? Other blog entries include:
Balancing Control and Self-Organization to Avoid Heat Death -https://bit.ly/2UnzfGu
Balancing of Autonomy with Alignment - https://bit.ly/2Sg1xFy
VUCA, Heat Death and Gray Goo - https://bit.ly/2RhlGq8
In the second spot this week we hear from Jon M Quigley who brings his Alpha and Omega of Product Development to the cast. Jon discusses the impact of cognitive biases on product development. Fighting biases is an important role for product owners and developers alike. The fight is rarely easy.
Re-Read Saturday News
This week we begin our re-read of The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell. We are re-reading this book because it is important for any person involved in leading or participating in change (this is all of us). Dust off your copy or buy a new copy.
Week 1 – Plans and Introduction -https://bit.ly/2S8PPwc
SPaMCAST 532 will feature our interview with Julia Wester. Julia returns to the cast to discuss her passion for the topic of spectrum thinking. Rarely is using binary thinking the most effective path; however, it is rare to use spectrum thinking to address problems. Julia provides a path to more effective decision making.