Field Study 3-Intervention
by Joshua Kitlas on Apr 04, 2011
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Like many others, I have concerns about how the forces around (and inside) me affect my performance in various events as well as my day to day well‐being. To date, I have kept track of my ...
Like many others, I have concerns about how the forces around (and inside) me affect my performance in various events as well as my day to day well‐being. To date, I have kept track of my well‐being using a rating system which I have developed, a grocery list, and my memory. There are effective elements of this system and elements that do not carry enough data or create enough influence to be effective.
Although the system has highlights (the rating system) the other elements fail and the system needs complementary components to capture more data and turn that data into a useful information system. The present system is essentially a failure and has been long in need of an intervention.
I took the opportunity of this field study to do a comprehensive analysis, restructuring, and reinvention of the information system. I initially had concerns that a week wouldn’t be long enough to properly test and make appropriate refinements to the system, but after only two days I experienced significant and startling results. Given that my observations and reactions were so marked, I stayed with the study and tested it until the morning of Tuesday, March 29, 2011, at which time I began to compile all my notes, inputs and observations to create this report.
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