Innovation vocabulary: Contextual Re-Analysis


As I mentioned in previous posts. I believe we need new words to make concepts that we already know be part of our everyday vocabulary in an effort to shift our thought models.

This is another “word” I am proposing. It’s long and clunky, but at least for now it may do the job.

Contextual Re-analysis – This term changed from a previous word I had been thinking about (“Re-question”).

It’s purpose is to remind us that analysis and questions may need to be process-cycles.

This term also aims to signify that analysis results (conclusions / beliefs / experiences) are dependent on context-specific system-network variables.

-Daniel Montano


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