By asparks on Dec 09, 2008
[Update 10-Dec-2008 – review comment from Chet Richards added to the text]
The article prompted me to research the topics of cognitive feedback and situational awareness to see how these fields could be applied to the field of Project Management.
On looking deeper into the body of knowledge around situational awareness I happened on the work of the late Col. John Boyd.
This post reflects on how one lesson taken from this obscure military strategist can make a big difference in your handling of interaction with your stakeholders and ultimately your project outcomes. Boyd’s work provides a great explanation of how project teams can come unstuck from their primary stakeholders and ultimately fail, while apparently doing everything “right”.[Read More]