Have you ever set a New Year’s goal that you did not achieve? You are not alone. So, have I. And so have many others.
But, what can we do to better achieve our New Year’s Goals? In fact, what can all individuals, teams, established businesses, startups, and non-profit organizations on the planet do to better achieve their short, medium, and long term goals?
My key proposal for better achieving goals is to have real-time project team management, social networking, and organization of resources in relevant ecosystems (business models; value chains; supply chains). Existing social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest facilitate knowledge sharing, communication, social networking, and digital document management. However, these social networks are designed neither for universal problem solving nor for project planning, organization, execution, and team management. Consequently, a while ago I decided to invent a “Problem-Solving Social Network (PSSN),” that is, a social network that focuses on facilitating universal problem solving, continuous innovation, and project management as well as increasing team productivity and creativity. The “Lean Startup Cockpit (LSC)” is the result.