Tuesday, April 7, 2015
To truly improve the process of human development, we really have to think about inclusion in a new light. The old "trickle down" inclusion effect is not working. In fact, it has been used to keep people from accessing the resources they need to be full participants in the development process.
That's why a process improvement for anything, a problem or a company's operations, require stakeholder involvement and empowerment. A conversation has to be created with the lowest cost to the primary stakeholders. The solution has to come from the people participating in the process, not enforced upon them.