Taking the time to pause and reflect on work can understandably be hard to justify sometimes. Especially when time’s tight and deadlines are looming. In those moments, it can be hard to think of anything but the tasks directly in front of you that day. But slowing down for a moment of reflection can sometimes be a catalyst to help you move forward – right when you might need it most.
In this issue, we’re sharing examples of how pausing to reflect on goals and problems helped us re-focus on the things that would help drive more impact in the long run.
Measuring cultural change
Cultural change doesn’t happen overnight. And sometimes not even over weeks and months. It happens so slowly, that if you don’t take the time to look for it, progress can often be missed.
Our partners at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) learned this when they paused to reflect on their “Most Significant Change” since starting to build a cybercrime reporting tool with us. Read their blog post to see what they learned, and how they’re using the information to keep moving forward.