As I’ve mentioned many times, I’m a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. I’ve been on a exploratory committee for ICD, seeking out agencies which might make synergistic partners for it. I’m hearing clear voices as I scroll through the prospects: researchers synthesizing peaceful, low-cost ways for police officers to build trust in immigrant communities (The Police Executive Research Council); family court judges deeply concerned with correcting dangerous flaws in family law and court procedures (National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges); home builders with, perhaps, just a bit of emphasis on luxury design who are concerned about affordable housing (National Association of Home Builders). And many others.
Few concepts, few issues, few viewpoints are ever truly B&W, right or wrong. Even micro-stuff like “Where’s the best place for my keys?” can often have two solutions or more – right by the front door, always in my knapsack, always in the basket with my wallet on my dresser… Find your clear-sounding answer. Avoid the B&W. If you must go to B&W – and I do, sometimes – be very very sure.
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