Phase I - Stop Self Harm

This is a Request For Comments about how to structure doctrine in terms of microdoctrine (a pattern language for implementing and learning doctrine)

Phase: Stop Self Harm

Principles:
Know Your Users
Focus On User Needs
Know The Details
Understand What Is Being Considered
Use A Common Language
Challenge Assumptions
Remove Bias And Duplication
Bias Towards Data
Use Appropriate Methods

There is a sequence to the principles. They build on top of each other.

Consider next:
Becoming More Context Aware

Reproduced and adapted from writings by Simon Wardley under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Phase I - 1 - Development - Know Your Users - Know What Your Users Are Trying To Achieve
Phase I - 6 - Communication - Challenge Assumptions - Spend Control Awareness
Phase I - 1 - Development - Know Your Users - Listen To Your Users
Phase I - 5 - Communication - Use A Common Language - Use Common Symbols
Phase I - 2 - Development - Focus On User Needs - Consider Stage Of Evolution
Phase I - 5 - Communication - Use A Common Language - Use Maps
Phase I - 5 - Communication - Use A Common Language - Use Common Terms
Phase I - 1 - Development - Know Your Users - Know Who Are Your Users
Phase I - 3 - Operation - Know The Details - Identify Differentials
Phase I - 4 - Communication - Understand What Is Being Considered - Understand Evolution
Phase I - 4 - Communication - Understand What Is Being Considered - Map The Landscape
Phase I - 4 - Communication - Understand What Is Being Considered - Understand Types Of Components
Phase I - 2 - Development - Focus On User Needs - Align Value Generation With User Needs
Phase I - 6 - Communication - Challenge Assumptions
Phase I - 9 - Development - Use Appropriate Methods - Use Appropriate Purchasing Methods
Phase I - 9 - Development - Use Appropriate Methods - Use Six Sigma Methods
Phase I - 9 - Development - Use Appropriate Methods - Use Lean Methods
Phase I - 9 - Development - Use Appropriate Methods - Use Agile Methods
Phase I - 2 - Development - Focus On User Needs - Examine Transactions
Phase I - 2 - Development - Focus On User Needs - Identify End User Needs
Phase I - 3 - Operation - Know The Details - Identify Barriers To Entry
Phase I - 6 - Communication - Challenge Assumptions - Spend Control Introduction
Phase I - 6 - Communication - Challenge Assumptions - Spend Control Intelligence