In the middle of the desert you can say anything you want
“Any feeling about how much work is left for xx?” - RF
To have open communication while making few errors, have a culture where you can ask questions without judgement before doing stuff.
For example, it should be okay to ask “can I give Ibuprofen to pt. Y with diagnosis Z?” without thinking stuff like “will someone think I don’t know Ibuprofen, diagnosis Z or medicine?”
(from VG, who in turn took it from a lecture about Fehlerkultur in a semi-medical context)
When visiting the Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin, I was playing with my (metallic) keychain. A worker there found me (“AHAAA, it was YOU!") and told me this charming story:
Their boss has a similar metallic keychain, he also loves to play with it, and that the chain’s sound makes most museum workers extremely worried. And that I kept the guy tense throughout most of the eight and ninth century.
AR: “When I tell people about a problem, I always try to offer possible solutions” (In the context of when telling people about a problem)
This reminds me of this snipped from my notes, sadly I don’t have the source anymore:
Managing information 1Imagine that on Monday afternoon your doctor gets the bloodwork results from your recent checkup and sees possible early signs of cancer. Most people would want to know about the doctor’s assessment as soon as possible. They might even say the doctor has an ethical responsibility to share that information. But what if the doctor knows she’ll be getting a more detailed results the next day that can confirm or deny her concerns? Add in that caveat, and now it seems that maybe a doctor shouldn’t scare the hell out of her patients until she has the facts she needs – especially if it only means waiting another day or two. But does that preference change yet again if the results won’t be ready for two more weeks?
When to Hold onto Information
If the following conditions are met, it may be better to hold off explaining a new problem to your manager:
- The situation does not require immediate intervention (i.e. no laws broken, no lives at risk, no bank accounts being drained, etc.)
- You’re waiting on additional information that will make the scope of the issue clear
- You control the flow of information, and your audience won’t learn about the issue from other sources
- It’s possible that the situation can be fixed soon, allowing you to communicate both the problem and solution together
- You suspect there may be related problems lurking that should be disclosed together
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