We know that many people use the standard celeration chart in their work, and in their personal lives, e.g., for self-management. Let’s start a thread where we can list applications
that we have used, and try to create as long and diverse a list as possible. This could grow over time, and it will be interesting to see the list as it grows. Here are some of the applications that I use or have used. How about you?
- Monitoring hits to business web sites and assessing effects of changes
- Monitoring and managing growth on my LinkedIn Group
- Analyzing impact of corporate sales and customer service training
- Monitoring and changing ratio of positive to negative comments to others
– Monitoring the growth of our podcast (https://wwdwwdpodcast.com/)
– Monitoring the assessment of transition-aged and adult skill sets (approximately 300 targets) for consumers in development at High Sierra Industries (https://hsireno.org)
– In the development of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning development along similar lines of the Behavior Bank (https://behaviorbank.squarespace.com/)
– Growth of sales for professional development events.
It’s kind of applicable everywhere! 😉
– Tracking my healthy choices
– Monitoring my daughter’s acquired words
– Analyzing school factors in my daughter biting behavior
– Sleep training
– Baby movements during pregnancy
Sleep data – though I use a “subjective” rating scale to evaluate my sleep, I have found value in using the chart to evaluate the effects of my various interventions over the years.
miles run per week (when I used to run )
Sessions scheduled per week, executed per week and cancelled per week for our learning lab Fit Learning
Dr. Kendra , Tracking task switches sounds great . Like a life project for me . Would you be willing to elaborate on how you chart this.