The HIGHs and SIGHs of your work life. What makes you go Yippee and what makes you "sigh! - oh no, not again"

A time line of your work life. Take a trip down memory lane, recalling the events at work that made you "want to get up in the morning and go to work" and those that made you wish you did not have to go into work.
If you are in negative situation at work, you may find this section difficult. The reality is that the majority of IT people are not happy in their jobs. We find ourselves in the Same Stuff Different Day syndrome. It is the very reason IT needs to change.
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Bragging rights - what did you do well? How did you add value? What are you really proud about?

 
Any areas highlighted for learning.

Continual improvement is a core component in Lean, Agile and DevOps. Hence we have used the word learning and not improvement. It is the connotation of not being good that we want to avoid
 
A high in your work life


Describe the events that have resulted in you feeling good at the end of a day's work.
 
High number 1

 
Apply the 5 why's to this event (well at least one). Why was it a great day?

you want to identify the context in which the event takes place
 
Give more detail around the event. What was done? What did you do? What did others do?

 
A high in your work life


Describe the events that have resulted in you feeling good at the end of a day's work.
 
High number 2

 
Apply the 5 why's to this event (well at least one). Why was it a great day?

 
Give more detail around the event. What was done? What did you do? What did others do?

 
A high in your work life


Describe the events that have resulted in you feeling good at the end of a day's work.
 
High number 3

 
Apply the 5 why's to this event (well at least one). Why was it a great day?

 
Give more detail around the event. What was done? What did you do? What did others do?

 
A high in your work life


Describe the events that have resulted in you feeling good at the end of a day's work.
 
High number 4

 
Apply the 5 why's to this event (well at least one). Why was it a great day?

 
Give more detail around the event. What was done? What did you do? What did others do?

 
A SIGH in your work life


Describe the events that have resulted in you feeling good at the end of a day's work.
 
SIGH number 1

 
Apply the 5 why's to this event (well at least one). Why did you sigh?

 
Give more detail around the event. What was done? What did you do? What did others do?

 
A SIGH in your work life


Describe the events that have resulted in you feeling good at the end of a day's work.
 
SIGH number 2

 
Apply the 5 why's to this event (well at least one). Why did you sigh?

 
Give more detail around the event. What was done? What did you do? What did others do?

 
A SIGH in your work life


Describe the events that have resulted in you feeling good at the end of a day's work.
 
SIGH number 3

 
Apply the 5 why's to this event (well at least one). Why did you sigh?

 
Give more detail around the event. What was done? What did you do? What did others do?

 
You've made it to the end of your work life line. Pause now and reflect on your answers and thinking. How did you find the process?

 
Thought du jour - Thought of the day
Jot something down, or give it a miss.

 
What am I tolerating now

 
What is missing now

 
What is happening that I would like to continue?

 
What obstacles are in my way?

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