The below article comes my way via David Ainsworth who I follow on LinkedIn. Personally, and business-wise, I have always been engaged more by the hows of life than the whats. Of course, both are actually just as important as the other.

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/mar/15/if-we-want-nhs-staff-to-care-for-us-we-need-to-care-for-them

But making small tweaks to big challenges does deliver results. It’s a nano-technology approach: technology more as in Foucault than Silicon Valley.

Why I am so interested in capturing and evidencing intuitive thought: that is to say, high-level domain expertise.

The frustration that builds up anywhere in all thinking peoples when you just KNOW how something NEEDS TO CHANGE, and you don’t share a common language with the policy- or decision-maker (nor they with you), contributes greatly to both a wider frustration in, and degradation of, the workplace … as well as serious issues being left unresolved.

Two of the real problems that, in health in particular, I am looking to resolve with the intuitive thought capture-, visualisation- and evidencing-platform we are developing at Better Biz Me Ltd.

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