News about the Shared Situation Guide

Quick Update: Modular Version of the Shared Situation Guide is Now Available

The modular version of the shared situation guide is now available!

Why the Modular Version?

  1. It’s easier to focus on each process. The processes are the Vadi Agreement, Proxri, ProxMonitors processes. In the original one-page version, those processes were sections of the document. But in the modular version, they become separate documents, making it easier to focus on each one.
  2. It makes getting around and navigating faster and easier.

If You’re New to the Shared Situation Guide …

Just FYI, this modular version requires a little time to set up the section documents and navigation links. So if you’re new to the guide, you’ll get a sense of it faster with the original one-page version.

You can check out and start using the modular version here. It’s also linked to from the original guide here (see the “modular version” link in the first bullet on the page).

Hope you like it. Let me know!

—David Loughry

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Working on a Modular Version of the Shared Situation Guide

When I created the original shared situation guide, I challenged myself to create just one main document that a group could use to collaborate using the processes of the ProxThink growth model. However, the more I use it, the more I realize that a small set of documents might also work well. So I’m working on a modular version, where the main sections of the original version become separate documents. So far, I’m liking it and excited about it. I’ll let you know when it’s available to try out!

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Variety People LA Using SSG for Collaborating on Meetup Ideas and Planning

I’m using the Shared Situation Guide as a collaborative document to collect meetup ideas and plan meetups for the Variety People LA meetup group. Here’s an upcoming meetup related to that. If you live in the Los Angeles area, please consider joining us!
—David Loughry

Let’s Collaborate on Meetup Ideas/Planning (it’s also an ongoing mobile process)

Tuesday, Nov 15, 2016, 7:00 PM

No location yet.

1 VariPeeps Attending

I’ve started a collaborative Quip document for collecting ideas for meetups and planning them. RSVP for this event, and I’ll send you details about how to join the document. On the date of the meetup, we can get together for an orientation to the Quip document, discuss ideas for meetups, and have a beverage and/or something to eat at a location tha…

Check out this Meetup →

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In Progress: Looking for Groups, Proximities and Shared Situations for Trying the Shared Situation Guide

Just in case I get hit by a truck or something, I wanted to post links to a couple documents I’m working on. These are three Shared Situation Guide (SSG) documents related to testing and trying the guide.

We’re Looking for Groups with Shared Situations for Trying the SSG
Progress Update: As of 11/8/2015, this is pretty much ready for collaboration and worth a look. You can view it at the link above. If you have a Quip account, you can also request to join the document for collaboration.

We’re Looking for Public Proximities for Trying the SSG
Progress Update: As of 11/8/2015, this is pretty much ready for collaboration and worth a look. You can view it at the link above. If you have a Quip account, you can also request to join the document for collaboration.

We’re Looking for Shared Situations for Trying the SSG
Progress Update: As of 11/8/2015, this is pretty much ready for collaboration and worth a look. You can view it at the link above. If you have a Quip account, you can also request to join the document for collaboration.

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Sleek Version of the Shared Situation Guide

Now there’s a sleek version of the Shared Situation Guide, for experienced users as well as people who prefer an uncluttered, minimalist approach! See the following links for more.

For a short introduction, see this link:
http://proxthinkriver.com/2015/10/20/introducing-a-sleek-version-of-the-shared-situation-guide/

To just start using the sleek version, go here:
http://quip.com/CBxbA8V0ymzm

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