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Ignite Challenge #1: Locking in A Solid Date for Everyone

So what are some of the most common challenges we face when running Ignites? Over the next few days, I will share the top challenges we see consistently in our Ignites and explain how to deal with them. Ignite Challenge #1: Organising a time that works for all participants! Ignites usually require the involvement of a broad range of stakeholders. There are those that make calls on priority and those that determine what work is involved. An Ignite workshop is about producing and agreeing on a plan based on what we know THAT DAY and setting ourselves up for it to CHANGE as it most certainly will. It would be ideal if we had all stakeholders there. However, not if it means we have to keep pushing back the workshop to accommodate everyone. It is more critical to lock a time in place as soon as possible so that we can at least DRAW A LINE in the sand and achieve the first cut of a plan. At the end of the Ignite, we will have a plan that the TEAM has agreed to, not the individual. If 20% of the key participants are unavailable, then someone else in attendance can act on their behalf. If we get it wrong, we can tweak it later. #200Ignites AdaptivOrg + Seisma SEISMA GROUP Follow me on LinkedIn:

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