>Haim, I have already responded to your request several >times, EACH time with one or more contributions showing >specific constructive ideas relating to specific steps >that could help US schools get over the dysfunctionality >YOU claim they suffer from. > >I conclude, therefore, that you are seriously deficient >in understanding of what you read (or perhaps you simply >do not read what you see right in front of you or even >that you do not really read, with understanding, what >you claim to have read). In any case, the 9-Step process >noted below may help ? no guarantees, however.
Ah! I get it, finally. OPMS is not a method of analysis, like a flow chart or a decision table, it is a method of persuasion. That is why you cannot present to us the results of an OPMS analysis. The process is the result. That is why process is everything to you. That is why OPMS is an endless road to nowhere. That is why your writings have less the flavor of an engineer working on a physical problem and much, much more the flavor of a psychologist who wants everyone in the same room, sharing feelings. Everyone's feelings are equally valid, and you are not looking for an optimal outcome except insofar as consensus is optimal, whatever that consensus might be.