One of the things that I did over my summer break was catch up on a slough of podcast episodes that I hadn’t had a chance to listen to over the winter. One of my favorite podcasts is Akimbo by Seth Godin. Seth has been an inspiration for how I work and approach what I do, including (for those who are in the know) “ship the work” and his musings on culture, and change.
A question that sparked my interest came up in the episode linked below, that in essence asks “what about the next change? How do we approach change better” and it got me thinking… I’m typically focused on how to help you work through the change problems that you’re facing and how to do change better in your current environment. But what do you need to change to make CHANGE easier and better as you go along?
Seth has some ideas and a great example. This is also why I link culture through connected change and why this link is vital. So how do you make change better the next time?
The Question and answer exchange that I refer to starts at 23:40 and ends at 26:25
Fully captioned videos are available on YouTube