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Avenger Название: The Blind Men and the Elephant: Mastering Project Work, David Schmaltz
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David Schmaltz is a writer, teacher, and consultant with a quarter-century’s experience in the field. This is one on my least favorite PM books for all the reasons in the review. What better motivation than knowing that your assignment is the medium within which you are actively pursuing your own, juicy objective? Even the most difficult work can be juicy when supported by this simple, often overlooked element.

Help others find their project within the project instead, and motivation automatically takes care of itself. Those who know how to lead while acknowledging their own blindness create those magical experiences where, at the end, everyone wants to do another project like that again. When you finished, feeling as though you could accomplish anything together, it was because you found your elephant together, not because you blindly followed some all-seeing leader. If you want to create the extraordinarily satisfying experiences that coherence brings to project work, consider learning how to embrace your own, and everyone else's, inevitable blindness in the pursuit of your common objective. If you were not successful in achieving this integration, I'll bet you got a taste of a theologic war, only to hope you'd never have to work with any of those idiots again. Sit comfortably in the mess so you can learn about its nature before trying to organize or "fix" it.

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    The Blind Men and the Elephant: Mastering Project Work, David Schmaltz

    It used to be that these beastly situations were derisively referred to as "the blind leading the blind," and the traditional solution was to assign one of the blind men the authority to decide, as if he could somehow see the whole elephant. So begins John Godfrey Saxe's famous fable “The Blind Men and the Elephant,” in which six blind men attempt, and ultimately fail, to describe an elephant to each other's satisfaction. When you finished, feeling as though you could accomplish anything together, it was because you found your elephant together, not because you blindly followed some all-seeing leader.

    The key to success now lies in knowing how to avoid the theologic wars that destroy every possibility for a mutually satisfying experience. Help others find their project within the project instead, and motivation automatically takes care of itself. So finding a juicy personal purpose for your participation is an essential element of any coherent experience.

    What I like about this picture, I also like about many other approaches to the approaches to complex problems in complex programs. So, what is this elephant, anyway? I call it "coherence"—the ability of people to agree about their common experience. You waste a lot of time defining roles and responsibilities—cordoning others into defendable spaces—when projects thrive instead in a network of community. The outdated follow-the-leader model, with its emphasis on planning, tracking, and controlling, falls apart in a workplace in which the blind must lead the blind.

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