The Art of ‘Humble Inquiry’

Humble Inquiry, by Edgar H. Schein, documents the type of communication that should be applied to various personal and professional relationships. Along with building relationships, people need to start “asking questions to which they do not already know the answer”. In many instances, those with power and status are reluctant to broadcast their need for … Continue reading The Art of ‘Humble Inquiry’

Creating Change: The Suburb Analogy

After thinking about my work related to data analysis training and the work of my organization (EWB), I have come up with the following analogy. THE SUBURB ANALOGY describes two modes of getting to widespread change. To build a suburb, filled with the same design of house, you can try two tactics: All at Once. … Continue reading Creating Change: The Suburb Analogy