Anything unnecessary for — or standing in the way of — a (more) effective response to a driver.
Valued principles that guide behaviour. Not to be confused with “value” (singular) in the context of a driver.
The importance, worth or usefulness of something in relation to a driver. Also “a principle of some significance that guides behaviour” (mostly used as plural, “values”, or “organisational values”).
A fixed period of time spent focused on a specific activity (which is not necessarily finished by the end of the timebox).
A personal experience, a symptom of dissonance between an individual’s perception of a situation, and their expectations or preferences.
A group of people collaborating toward a shared driver (or objective). Typically a team is part of an organisation, or it is formed as a collaboration of several organisations.
A domain that fully contains another domain.
A subdriver arises as a consequence of responding to another driver (the superdriver) and is essential for effectively responding to the superdriver.
A domain that is fully contained within another domain.