I got sidetracked by some other issues and haven’t gotten around to finishing my posts on the GO Society Conference. Most importantly was my wife’s completion of the Phase 1 deliverable of our Baby Project (Alice Lee Christian, mom and her both doing great).
Upcoming in the next two weeks (no earlier — it’s our first) are topics that you might be interested in:
- The Ethics of Requisite Organization
- Values, especially from Warren Kinston
- People, focusing on the folks I met: let’s face it, talking in the hallways is more interesting than the sessions, or at least that’s the hallmark of conferences worth attending in my opinion
- Requisitely organising Information Technology, especially IBM’s new project delivery methodology
Others from my notes when I get focused and recover my wits.
I’ll be dwelling on the ethical issues of CPAs, RO implementation, providing managers with information on their employees, etc. that I think are worth addressing. Kinston’s values taxonomy is pretty interesting but I will need to think about how to talk about it.
If you are interested in what he might be saying (and you probably should), take a look at his brief book available on the GO Society website.