About

This blog consciously pushes beyond first impulses and automatic responses.  These  thoughtful attempts offer my analysis of a specific situation or set of ideas.

I am many things.  A learner first, tinkerer and explorer of big ideas and complex problems. By profession, I’m an independent analytics advisor, who helps Business leaders gain strategic momentum using data consistently and effectively. My activities include teaching/training as well as hands on redesign and implementation of data  solutions that inform strategic actions, clarify decisions and assure, not just measure, performance.  I’m also the founder of Arkay Solutions LTD.

Posting forces me to think through an idea and improve my abilities to process and present complex ideas simply.  I  hope to engage readers with an alternative perspective.

My posts intentionally encourage readers to pause, adjust their perspective– physically if not figuratively and push past the present limits of their thinking, question comfortable, familiar perceptions and awareness. For example,  I hope readers might consider closer inspection, crouching versus standing, and taking in the world as a bird does walking along the ground.

These posts complement other blogs I write:

  • Notes on Strategic Management Practices summarizes and synthesizes notes from live, monthly discussions of selected articles in strategy, management practices and issues.  As facilitator and organizer, I host these informal discussions on behalf of the  Chicago Booth Alumni club, and limited to  20 professionals in or near Chicago.   Anyone is welcome, for details go to Chicagoboothalumniclub.org and check the third Friday of the month for announcements.
  • Framestretching, began as the voice of a small consulting group I formed with Jonathan Denham and David Perlmutter.  Our brief collaboration advanced organization’s innovation activities.  These blog posts focus on cases that show  shifts in perception necessary for insight and that lead to innovation.
  • Cminds.net,  a collaborative problem solving community that seeks to engage a wider conversation about complex problems and seek opportunities to address them.  As one of several team contributors to this startup,  the focus of these posts relate to engagement, collaboration and problem solving.
  •  Balancing on the Edge, my earlier blog, all posts are now imported here, and can be found in the archive.

Through clarity of voice and thoughtful analysis, I hope to provoke direct actions and response.  Every day living requires some adjustment in our thinking, whether the detour is conscious or not, temporary or permanent, this is an opportunity to keep track of my own changes.  Recording my progress wading through the uncertainty of daily life offers a testament to how people do change and the degree to which the change is conscious or merely random.

To that end, productive comments are welcome, especially if you can further illuminate obvious blind spots. Please be thoughtful, Instructive or constructive in your comments  especially if you want your critique to be understood.  Thanks for reading–

Rachel Kaberon

June 2008

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One thought on “About

  1. Thanks for your kind words about CogniStreamer. I’d like to connect if possible. A bit hard to figure out who this author is, but I did see you’re in Chicago (as am I). Can you send me a note through email so we can chat, please?

    Thanks,
    Ron

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