Applying a “Tried & True” Methodology to a New Context

Applying a “Tried & True” Methodology to a New Context

I recognize that many things limit the spread of useful methodologies to new spaces – from specialization leading to lack of exposure, to high cost of acquiring knowledge and training, risk-aversion to having no urgency or seeing no need when the status quo is good enough.  But, I believe that there are great opportunities being missed and squandered, because applying “tried and true” methodologies to new contexts can lead to positive outcomes for organizations and collaborations that do it thoughtfully.  Recently, I was reminded of this by an experience with an amazing client…

The Power & Practice of Collaboration Resource Round-Up

The Power & Practice of Collaboration Resource Round-Up

Yesterday,  Backcountry.com's Diana Seung and I were featured in a webinar on the "Power and Practice of Collaboration." The session was part of a series on leadership hosted by Camber Outdoors, an organization working to "achieve equality for all women in the outdoors, from the backcountry to the boardroom."

If you missed the webinar, you can now watch the video online of our discussion in which we highlighted a couple of useful frameworks, shared stories from our own practices of collaboration, and fielded questions from the webinar participants! I’ve also rounded up some resources in this post!