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  1. Jun 2020
    1. After switching to daily planning cycles and gaining real-time visibility of their operations, managers don’t want to return to the old cadence of monthly planning and metrics that lag behind the situation on the ground. With

      We never go back. But we know that in wars, it is sometimes wiser to retract. When is the retract time for businesses? The most critical aim of a business to achieve continuous growth. There is no company with an ultimate growth aim, it is always endless. But does our situation allow this endless concept? Do we have endless resources, or the earth we are living on, does not its offering have a limit? Actually, it does. The world does not align with our eternal growth plans as it cannot bear with the increasing human population and their consumption behaviour. Nowadays, we are more aware of this reality and topics like climate change, global warming and environmental sustainability became in trend. If we regard the supporters of these concepts as the speaker of the world, who will direct us to change our endless growth targets and when?

  2. Jan 2020
    1. I have observed something else under the sun. The fastest runner doesn’t always win the race, and the strongest warrior doesn’t always win the battle. The wise sometimes go hungry, and the skillful are not necessarily wealthy. And those who are educated don’t always lead successful lives. It is all decided by chance, by being in the right place at the right time. — Ecclesiastes 9:11
  3. Oct 2015
    1. Laura finally successfully executed the part of the trick that she initially asked about (“Howdo you get up there?” [2.07]), and Austin acknowledged her success [2.13–2.17]. He offeredher another turn, sitting down in a chair in the corner of the platform [2.19]. After they eachtook a few more turns, Austin gave her some advice about her back truck. Laura acknowledgedhis suggestion, tried it, then asked for some clarification. Austin responded by dropping in anddemonstrating [2.23–2.25].

      These two participants show a nice example of how guided participation can flow seamlessly from intent participation, to apprenticeship, to joint work, and back again in one interaction.