3.2 Practices

Re-positioning the popular practices 

To where they are highly effective


Re-establishing the lost practices 


Applying best practices, methods, and paradigms

Project management, governance, service management

Definitions, linear processes, breaking complex matters into parts, measurable

Applying Laws of Nature and phenomena

Implementing theoretical models and popular trends

Implementing practical and executable solutions 

Breaking complex matters into parts

Seeking highest impact at lowest costs and risks

Telling how to do things

True listening and coaching1 to new insights

Lessons learned and experts by experience

Changing environments

Out-of-the box views, innovations, and solutions

Goals and compliance pressures

Core values and essential behaviours

To re-establish the lost practices, the practices on the right may need to receive the higher priority. Eventually, the highest value may be achieved when the practices on the left and those on the right complement each other.

1 Coaching that enables people to find insights themselves. When this is exhausted, external insights are contributed. Those inside the system decide what is relevant. Only relevant external parts are used.