Optimal Leadership  by Wayne M. Angel, Ph.D.
The Optimal Organization: Understand Who Want What











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In most organizations and projects we are given a list of goals and/or objectives.  The novice is all too often deceived by such lists into believing that they define what is wanted.  A great deal of methodology has been written about requirements management (tracking and traceability).  Such methods can be useful, but to the unwary they can become significant pitfalls in the effort to understand what is wanted and by whom.  One must deeply understand who wants what to achieve outstanding results.   

I often have difficulty being precise about my wants.  I also have trouble keeping them constant.  Trying to accurately understand what someone else wants is far more difficult.  Let's begin by looking at some obstacles to understanding wants.

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