Replying to LO30055 --
Alan Cotterell <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>I suggest there is no such thing as 'best practice', only
>'continual improvement', and there is always room for
>improvement in any process.
Greetings dear Alan,
Wow! Bravo! Well said!
"Best Practices", i think, involves two of the 7Es (seven essentialities
of creativity -- spareness ("quantity-limit") and otherness ("quality-
variety"). If we do not grow continually in each of these 7Es, we will not
be able to maintain our self-organisation against an environment which
becomes increasingly complex.
With care and best wishes
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