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June 17, 2013

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Geoffrey Anderson

Great post. I have often butted my head against just this situation.

I would love to believe that your #4 is viable, but I have never seen it work in practice. For the record, this is my favorite approach to organizational processes, but alas, many organizations have inertial barriers to even stellar data and deduction paths leading to traction.

Depending on the organization, #2 is often the best approach, particularly if your boss is influential, and has the gravitas to move it forward. (this is from years of experience ;-) )

Geoff

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