David Bland shows how to use Assumptions Mapping to help teams refocus their experimentation efforts on what matters, instead of being distracted by what’s easy.
John Cutler takes a deep dive into the dynamics of an all-too-familiar situation…. decision drift!
Roger Martin explains why “A Plan is Not a Strategy” because plans typically aren’t explicit about what the organization chooses not to do and why.
Learn some Conflict Resolution techniques to channel the energy of conflict into constructive disagreement and open exchange of ideas.
Managing by Outcomes with Jobs to be Done (JTBD) can help facilitate two-way negotiations that allow for team autonomy and ownership.
There are some Project Management skills that will prove invaluable for the effectiveness of design strategists.
In this post, I’ll talk about how psychological safety is a prerequisite for creating shared understanding.
In this post I’ll talk the need for visibility and traceability systems that enables you to adjust strategic choices accordingly.
In this post, I’ll talk about how can we facilitate pivot and risk mitigation discussions while pursuing ideas and/or approaches, what methods, tools or techniques are available for pivot and risk mitigation, and what signals we need capture in order to know if we should Persevere, Pivot or Stop.
In this post, we will talk about how to prioritisation can help us focus on what is important, steering us ever closer to our vision and goals.