CHANGEd: What if we used version software designation to signal purposeful growth? 60-60-60 #14

One of many reasons I feel drawn to Unboundary involves their intentional practice of using version software designation to signal purposeful growth in the company. As the world and surrounds change, Unboundary adapts and evolves. Currently, the team designates itself “Unboundary 6.5.” More than just the suffixing of a number, the process under-girding this practice promises attention to change – kaizen – as a constant. Culture is transformed when a community knows that the version number should change…will change. What if schools used version software designation to signal such purposeful change?

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3 thoughts on “CHANGEd: What if we used version software designation to signal purposeful growth? 60-60-60 #14

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  2. Perhaps in our highly measured world, we need a metric like this to help us institute a culture of change. I know at our school, a number of years ago, we needed to create a culture of philanthropy where that had never existed. Created metrics and means by which the community could develop a culture was a very important step.

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