Give your team advance knowledge of emergent changes with a Warning Order.

You're given new guidance, or a new project, or notable changes to an existing project or plan. You go back to your office, and plan to introduce the changes in a meeting you schedule for tomorrow. In the meeting, you announce the change, and you get very little back in terms of ideas, or creative solutions.

That's because you've had a LOT more time to think about the changes than your team has. Next time, use a Warning Order to let them know what's changed immediately. When you convene, they'll have had the time to figure out what needs to change.

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  • How can I give my team early warning?
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  • How can I increase creativity on my team?

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