I volunteered at work to give a 20×21 presentation. You get 21 slides and they advance automatically every 20 seconds, so you have precisely 7 minutes to say what you want to say. We have a 20×21 every month and it is a great opportunity for a kind of extended “elevator speech”.
I decided this was the moment to share with my colleagues the way I see systems thinking in our work and how helpful it might be. In PQR terms, the presentation was to introduce my colleagues to some central systems thinking ideas by showing examples which were grounded in our work so that they would know that this is one option when planning and implementing future research.
You cannot believe how difficult it was getting it to the right length, but the PQR helped provide a boundary.
Here it is: Systems Thinking in our work.
I so hope you enjoy it. I got great feedback and then…. nothing. What should I do next to keep this conversation going?