|Barbara Heinzen prefers to work slowly, while meeting necessary organisational deadlines. It is possible to sample this kind of work in a short meeting, and that can be very exhilarating. However, the most durable results come from working through hard issues over a number of months. Slowness matters because people need time to absorb hard facts and new ideas. The methods and tools described here come from a variety of slow projects in long-term thinking. Some are introduced in more detail in the publications section of this website.
Slow processes are not necessarily more expensive, but they are paced differently in order for learning to be embedded in people’s thinking and work.