Your Revenue Driver
Where do we use narrow networks? How do we assure there relevance?
How might we better meet needs that are characterized as low demand and high cost?
What benefits result from announcing important changes well in advance of implementation? What risks?
How will you assure success with your next new project?
Who leads the effort to assure outcomes with learning?
What is your definition of the learner experience?
How might this serve us instead of a focus on retention? What organization or service has a reputation for having people leave it while loving it - and moving to something even better?
Are we obsessed with being bigger and therefore work hard to prove that bigger is better?
Might healthcare or education work better if it were treated like a "utility?"
This means that the government or a single entity would own the infrastructure and everyone could access the infrastructure for a fee based on usage. We no longer had to be big enough to afford to invest in the infrastructure.
What would we lose by not having to compete to build infrastructure? What would we gain?
Why would this not work?
What has mobile enabled us to increase in value? Educating? Learning? Performing?
When is the best time to evaluate the effectiveness of your decisions?
When do you have sufficient information to evaluate the effectiveness of your decisions?
What do you to when the gap between those times is too large to consider waiting?