Monday, December 1, 2008

Thinking Scope

Scope, fresh, green, clean. No...not the stuff you flush around in your mouth before bed. Scope, the focus and lens through which we organize and develop a project, a team and information.

Without it, a project can fall apart, teams get off track, and information gets jumbled. Developing a clear scope is like creating the background for a play or knowing what's for dinner before choosing the wine. It reminds us of what we're really trying to do, and what's important. And maybe by providing a lens, people of desire and energy can be united to build and maintain a program, team, or project.

The U.K.'s packaging policy, scope. "Focus of material optimization"..."an update on the policy"..."two of the main aims of the policy"..."to ensure that good quality recyclables"..."better communication."

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