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Using Outcome Based Planning at Home to Effect Social Change

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In this episode of the Reluctant Agilist, you’ll hear the story of how a father helped his son use outcome-based planning to define his personal response to what happened to George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter events that followed. 

Ross Beurmann is a seasoned Agile coach (and a co-worker of mine). His son Tom just graduated from high school. When Tom learned about what happened to George Floyd, he felt a need to respond. Attending a local march was definitely an option, but Ross brought some of his coaching experience to bear in the conversation. By working together to define the results his son was looking for and exploring ways to achieve that outcome, Ross and Tom were able to define a plan of action that has impacted local officials, law enforcement, and increased local interest and awareness. This set the stage for Tom to move forward with his efforts to establish lasting local change that will have a positive impact now and into the future.

This story is a little unusual for the podcast, but it provides an impressive example of how what we do at work can be applied at home and to help our friends and our families have a positive impact on the world around them.

drunkenpmradio · Using Outcome Based Planning at Home to Effect Social Change

To visit Tom’s Facebook site:

https://m.facebook.com/groups/689168331904305/?ref=group_browse

To Contact Ross

Posted on: June 30, 2020 09:05 AM | Permalink

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The way to go! Change Management in real action. Outcome achievement and Impact realization in our community.
Thanks for sharing.

This is an inspirational podcast. Great work!

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