An early attempt at a Table of Contents
Rob, a comment on debating between "Continuous Onboarding or Behavioral Product Strategy" , Continuous onboarding works really well and is actually feels like a much larger domain the BPS, although it is a subset, paradoxically.
CO as you have been expounding is extremely relevant outside of a product domain - the problems that CO solves are the problems that all organizations that have internal systems are trying to solve - how do we fold people into our system and ensure that the collective adapts together as the organization changes and the context that the org is in changes.
I understand you're trying to hone the scope of your book, but I just wanted to say that when i read much of what you're writing I not only think about software but I think of collaboration and the internal systems and technologies(loosely defined) that groups use.
I'm taking "Continuous Onboarding" as a metaphor to think by. It's kind of like, how can you ensure you keep folks in a growth mindset without forcing it. It's good for software, and good for people in general.