Overview: What are the risks of simplifying too soon? Where are you open to simplification? How do you assure that simplification is done without loss of quality of outcomes? Where might we struggle with "Smart Simplification? - please watch this 12-minute video http://georgialearnsnow.ning.com/video/yves-morieux-as-work-gets-mo...
Simplification can be viewed in economic terms and cost/benefit terms. Simpler usually is cheaper, but where is the optimal tradeoff between simple/cheaper and less simple/more information and functionality
Which is simpler - making a phone call or sending smoke signals? Has it always been this way? Which is cheaper? Which is more effective?
What is at risk of becoming a modern day smoke signal? (mass distribution of emails?) (three-day training conferences?)
Excellent video, Paul, thank you for sharing.
When so many folks are invested in complexity for revenue, how do we change to simplicity?
I look forward to another thought provoking conversation.