We are conditioned to think linearly. Valuable things (like software) have emerged from linear thinking. The challenge is that linear thinking is also, assuredly, our biggest blocker when we are systems building.
Empowered teams invest time, energy, attention, passion, systemic reasoning, care and experience in each other and in the work. They drive necessary change.
How do you provide integration leadership, facilitating dialogues that improve outcomes? The short answer is: you practice.
When we are deciding what to think or believe, argumentation is a method of inquiry. It integrates and differentiates perspectives using sound judgement.
Andrei Crudu, host of the Techie Leadership podcast, interviews Diana Montalion about building trust.
Speaking truth to power is an underlying skillset the nourishes and supports our ability to practice DDD or any approach that challenges traditional “power” structures.