I love this list of 22 typical change management mistakes to avoid. There are several in this list which I think can be addressed with a human centred design approach such as:
I for one am a terrible multitasker. And don’t get me started on people who think that I can multi-task just because I’m a woman. Research is showing us that mutitasking is just very fast switching and not very effective.
Don’t feel bad about taking a break to reset and recharge. It’s been proven that breaks will actually make you more productive.
I certainly struggle with attempts to go paperless. I am getting better. Slowly. But there is a case for paper.
So did that last brainstorming session you were in that was meant to generate a hundred ideas deliver? If not, here’s why:
If you find yourself unable to think in your open plan office you may be interested in reading this New York Times article The Rise of the New Group Think that argues the case for private space to be productive and creative.
OK so this might start sounding like an advertorial real quick. I organised a 28 Degrees Master Card to use as my travel money card after reading Choice Magazine’s 2012 awards. Seems like they want to retain that customer mantle. My last email from them included a message that they will illuminate the consequences of only paying minimal monthly repayments on credit card balances.
Facebook, may I ask you to change one word in your user interface if I may?