Viewing: Module 3: Strategize
Until now, your time has been spent developing a relationship—laying a foundation—to ensure clients are prepared, committed, and equipped with the information they need to successfully advance through the decision making process.
In Module 2, you defined the goal for their decision model. In Module 3, you will identify the Strategic Priorities and Strategic Objectives (introduced in Module 1), that influence the decision model goal and ultimately create the Strategic Value Scorecard. The Strategic Value Scorecard is the blueprint of the decision model.
Learn the difference between Objectives and Priorities in the Allovance Method and Software and gain an understanding of the role MECE (Mutually Exclusive, Collectively Exhaustive) plays in the process.
PDF: Objectives Vs. Priorities
PDF: Mutually exclusive, collectively exhaustive (MECE)
Article: In the brain, seven is a magic number
Article: How deadlines thwart our ability to do important work (and what we can do about it)
Facilitation techniques and best practices for this module.
Video: Creating a new Strategic Priority
Video: Creating a new Strategic Objective
Video: Editing And Deleting Strategic Priorities And Objectives
Practice activities and summative documents