Memeology – Halfway Mark
My new organisational psychotherapy self-help book “Memeology – Surfacing And Reflecting on the Organisation’s Collective Assumptions and Beliefs” has now crested the halfway mark (52% complete)!
It’s definitely been a labour of love, but completion is now in sight.
The thing is, I first published way early (18% complete) both to give me an incentive to push along with it, and to open it up to feedback from readers.
I was thinking that while it was still relatively incomplete, folks would have more opportunity to help shape and form the contents (and structure too, maybe).
Incentive-wise, publishing early has been a boon. But feedback has been conspicuous by its absence. Hey ho.
Window of Opportunity
Just to let you know, I expect the book to be essentially complete in the next few weeks, so if you were intending to provide some actionable feedback, the window of opportunity is rapidly closing.
The kind of feedback I had, and have, in mind includes:
Do you see any missing memes? Ones that might beneficially augment the existing list?
Do you see any extraneous memes? Ones that could usefully be dropped?
For any given meme, do you note any additional question or questions that might contribute to an organisations’ discussions on that meme?
Have you come across any questions which seem unclear, ambiguous or partisan and might benefit from being reworded?
Does the structure of the book serve its purpose, or have you thought of a better structure?
Any other things you’d add, drop, or change?
One other way you could really help me out is to send me a line or two that I can use as a testimonial, either on the LeanPub page or the back cover. Would you be willing to do that?