#08 MAIN POINT

 

Your DFQ #08:

CVS: MAIN POINT What is the main point about this CVS?

Today, when you are trying to escape from a CVS, what is the MAIN POINT you are trying to move away from?

666 thoughts on “#08 MAIN POINT

  1. The main point of the CVS I am currently working with has been how to fit a team workload of X into a timeframe of Y when to actually resolve the challenge would mean having to schedule each team member for around 18 hours of each day. Therefore the main point I need to move away from is the thinking that this theory is achievable and to actually accept that it will not be possible to fit x into Y and therefore adopt a new BVS that does not require the workload of X to be completed within the Y timeframe by developing an alternative equation ( as previously commented, I suspect this will be one of those CVS’s that will require multiple BVS’s to be identified to find the optimum alternative equation that works!)

  2. The main point of my CVS is to move people form an old way of working to a new way of working – more agile and more customer focused. Maybe people dont need to move away from this old way of working – not sure that helps me much 🙁

  3. Previously posted but now reducing CVS scope. What is the main point of genealogy? ‘Find ancestor records’. But what if there are no records, what if records are not digitized, or what if there are transcription errors? Studying the anthropology/history of the time & place may allow me to escape from the main point.

  4. My CVS is to go away from political problems which make people thick shallow in their daily activities or business of the day which is to upgrade their theory and present view of batter political world in other to change their idealistic behaviour of some the hopeful people around the pole.

  5. ‘There is no opportunity’ may translate to ‘the world is bad’. Realpolitik dominates the thought waves. It seems there are no solutions to problems and fear tends to control conversation. ‘Fear of failure’ is the main point as Robert points out. But what if the world is good. What if there are solutions. I am trying to move away from the idea that ‘the world is bad’.

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