Introduction to Dragon       Dreaming:A Framework for Creating Outrageously Successful        Projects      By John Croft ©
E                 In the beginning                                                                 I    N   • Every projec...
The ProjectE                                             IN • In a project an individual contributes                  Betw...
The ProjectE • At the start of the project the interface is displaced to the                                 IN left becau...
The ProjectE                                    IN                                    N              Thus over theV       ...
THEORY Truly successful projectsfully integrate theory with          practiceAgain there are inputs and   outputs on both ...
THEORYAt the start of the project the    interface is displaced  downwards, because the  project is almost entirely   When...
THEORYTHE PROCESS E N                            I             2        1 V                            N          Output/ ...
The flow of       THEORYinformation  E   Threshold              Stimulus  N                                     I  V      ...
THEORY                                THE PROCESS                                        Quadrant 1EN           Overall   ...
THE PROCESS              THEORY                                                 Thinking                                  ...
THEORY                                2   E                                              1   N                            ...
THEORY E               2           1 N                                               I                     4 V            ...
THEORYPerceiving90% of Projects get                                                      Stimulus of  Newly   stuck in the...
Threshold of                      THEORYPossibility inContext                      ConsideringPLANNING                    ...
THEORY                           2                                           1  E                                    3 90%...
THEORY                               Judgement connects                               to Awareness closing                ...
Threshold of                        THEORY                                    Stimulus ofPutting it all   2 Possibility in...
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  1. 1. Introduction to Dragon Dreaming:A Framework for Creating Outrageously Successful Projects By John Croft ©
  2. 2. E In the beginning I N • Every project, no matter how No V D big starts as the dream of a st I single individual person I R V e • Every successful projecth O I occurs in an environment le N • Every project is thus an ‘encounter’ between the D M “self” and the “other”, connecting the individual to their environment U fr E A N L T
  3. 3. The ProjectE IN • In a project an individual contributes Between the N time, effort and even financial supportV D • In a project an individual the also individual and mayI INPUT environment there INPUT I learn new skills, receive recognitionR either financially oropen is an by recognition VO• I In a successful projectgiving interface of theN OUTPUT and receiving OUTPUT environment will contribute to DM achieving the goals thethe project between of two UE • As a result of the project the sectors AN environment may be transformed LT
  4. 4. The ProjectE • At the start of the project the interface is displaced to the IN left because most activity is the input of the individual, and • In a sustainable project the interface is displaced right because there are few obvious outputs most of the activity is from the environment, and individuals NV receive proportionally to what they gave D INPUTI IR VO IN D OUTPUTM UE AN LT
  5. 5. The ProjectE IN N Thus over theV D lifetime of aI successful project IR the interface moves VO back and forth with IN the changes of DM inputs and outputs UE But this is a one-dimensional AN model for a project, we need a LT second dimension
  6. 6. THEORY Truly successful projectsfully integrate theory with practiceAgain there are inputs and outputs on both sides Again there is an openinterface between the two PRACTICE
  7. 7. THEORYAt the start of the project the interface is displaced downwards, because the project is almost entirely When sustainable, the theoretical practice component becomes almost automatic PRACTICE
  8. 8. THEORYTHE PROCESS E N I 2 1 V N Output/ Input/ D I Input Input R I O V N I M Output/ Output/ D E Input Output U N A 3 4 L T PRACTICE
  9. 9. The flow of THEORYinformation E Threshold Stimulus N I V N I D R I O 2 1 V N 3 4 I M D E U N A T Action Response L PRACTICE
  10. 10. THEORY THE PROCESS Quadrant 1EN Overall Stimulus IV Task of Intention NI D Success in RelationshipR 2 I CriteriaO VN DREAMING IM Input/ DE Input UN 1 AT L 3 4 PRACTICE
  11. 11. THE PROCESS THEORY Thinking GloballyQuadrant 2 E N Overall Threshold I V Task of Possibility N I Success in Context D R Criteria I O V N PLANNING 1 I M Output/ D E Input U N A 2 T L 4 3 PRACTICE
  12. 12. THEORY 2 E 1 N I 3 V Output/ N I Input D R I O V Overall Action N 4 I Task of Behaviour D M E Success in Commitment U N Criteria A T DOING LTHE PROCESS Acting LocallyQuadrant 3 PRACTICE
  13. 13. THEORY E 2 1 N I 4 V Output/ N I Output D R I O V Overall Response N 3 I Task of Feedback D M E Success in Satisfaction U N Criteria A T CELEBRATING L Being THE PROCESSPersonally PRACTICE Quadrant 4
  14. 14. THEORYPerceiving90% of Projects get Stimulus of Newly stuck in the Dream Intention in Gather RelationshipBut what is Information DREAMINGhappening ineach Threshold Motivationquadrant?2 E N I V N I Input/ Stimulus D R Awareness I O Input V N 1 I M D E 3 U N 4 A T L PRACTICE
  15. 15. Threshold of THEORYPossibility inContext ConsideringPLANNING Alternatives Design a Strategy 1 E I N N V Output/ D I Test or Trial Input I R Pilot Project V O 2 I N D M 90% of Projects fail 4 U E 3 A N to work according to L T plan PRACTICE
  16. 16. THEORY 2 1 E 3 90% of Projects fail N V Implementation Output/ to last longer than 3 I Input years R O N 4 I M N Management & D E N Administration I T V IDOING Monitor D UAction of Progress A LBehaviour inCommitment PRACTICE
  17. 17. THEORY Judgement connects to Awareness closing 1 the spiral 2 I NE 4 DN IV Output/ Judgement VI Output IR DO UN AM 3 L Results forEN IndividualsT Acquire New CELEBRATING Skills Response of Feedback in PRACTICE Satisfaction
  18. 18. Threshold of THEORY Stimulus ofPutting it all 2 Possibility in 1 Intention intogether, making Considering Context Gather Relationship PLANNING DREAMINGdreams come Thinking Alternatives Information Perceiving Globally Newlytrue. Design a Strategy Motivation E I N N V Test or Trial D I Awareness Pilot Project Empowerment, I R O 2 1 Liberation, V Humanisation & I N M Implementation 3 4 Interdependence Judgement D U E A N L T Management & Results for Administration Individuals Action of Response of 3 Behaviour in Monitor Acquire New 4 Feedback in Commitment Progress Skills Satisfaction DOING CELEBRATING Acting Being Locally PRACTICE Personally
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