That makes sense. Z pattern is not the same thing as the measuring process. Check, the term felt wrong even while I was using it.
That's interesting - so it's the PRCO, as best it can be presented without the Dynamic Model in place? Say...is that actually coming? Melanie's article stating she was working on it was from 2012, eight years ago.
Yes, i'm describing how the PSR lists the order of the elements, then looking at the quad and applying the pattern, but I can see that's not really valuable. What's valuable is seeing the first element, the dynamic pair, and then the other two elements, if you're going to do it that way.
But as you note there are other appreciations: dependent, companion, component and blended views of the quad, just to start.
I'm finding that to be the single most useful thing for getting the 'feel' of the four elements for each throughline/act in the PSR. It was a revelation to see it working.
yeah, I guess I am. Check me out.
Oh I have a whole thing. A whole big hairy thing, but it's novel specific so can't post it here. I'll put up bits and pieces.
I'm trying to do that 'gathering of all techniques' into a single Omnigraffle template so I can stop worrying about this stuff.
I appreciate all the advice about 'it's too complicated' but, I'm a software developer, no it's not. It's complicated, sure, but I love that about it. I wrote trading systems on Wall Street. Complicated doesn't bother me at all. Part of the fun is moving that huge mechanism into your head and letting it transform you.