For more than thirty years, Dan Webb has managed ambitious software development projects based on the best practices of business process management, collaborative process improvement, success metrics, and high-performance teamwork. He has been responsible for the design, development, and implementation of nationally-marketed software products and enterprise-wide Web applications.
Dan offers professional consulting services in project management, strategic planning, effective teamwork, and Web application development to startups and large enterprises including high-visibility contracts at …
Micro-Agreements are the small gestures of mutual accountability that tie us together as a high-performance team.
The Forest for the Trees™ platform is a system for building secure Web applications that facilitate mutual accountability through Micro-Agreements.
At present, the system is used primarily in support of high-tech project management and the workflow related to medical billing, where patients' medical information must be shared in compliance with Federal HIPAA 2013 privacy and security requirements for electronic document sharing.
The workflow facilitation features worthy of …
Dan’s current focus is renewable energy. He provides technology management consulting to startups related to photovoltaic electricity generation, automotive energy efficiency, renewable aviation fuel, algae biomass production, biodiesel production, and carbon capture. The primary values Dan brings to this work are his insatiable curiosity about technology, his ability to cope with technical complexity and create documentation for a variety of audiences, and his deep experience in bringing innovative technology products into reality at the early stage.
Renewable Energy in Harmony with …
We are in a profound relationship with each of these elements of our life experience:
our selves (the identities we wear in our inner ecosystem), our body, our beliefs and thoughts, our family members, our lover(s), our co-workers, our environment, our possessions.
Let's explore these relationships in a methodical way -- that is, to examine them with our systems-thinking perspective as an outsider and with our sensory presence as an insider.
our selves (the identities we wear in our inner ecosystem)
our beliefs and thoughts
our family members
I think the most wondrous product of creation and evolution is human consciousness — that is, our capacity for becoming aware of the processes at work in our own awareness. As a perceptual psychologist, I look at how we form perceptions, cognitively and sensually, and how our perceptions shape our reality and identity. I'm fascinated with the processes of clarifying one's perceptions and expanding one's sense of identity -- i.e., discovering the many sources of energy and personality within us beneath the surface and learning to express all of those energies creatively while …
There's a hidden power in celebrating our own and others' accomplishments and successes — even the small ones. Our productivity is boosted by finding humor in the day-to-day craziness of our work environment and taking time to rest, replenish, and renew. When we're looking for enjoyment as we work with our teammates, we find it, and that uplifts the whole team.
Here's an experiment that may make you more effective and happy in your work.
Make a list of the experiences you enjoy the most in your work -- the experiences you want to dominate your work life.
Now, make another …
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What inspires you to greatness? Let's dream the next dream, together.
Dan builds the power of your inspiration into your systems, communications and relationships. With a successful track record in corporate leadership, software product development, organization …