Tip: management teams often spend hours debating issues before they take a vote. Use this and other rating tools to determine where the disagreements are first and then focus only on these. You should find your workshops and meetings are far more efficient and rich in better learning as a result.
Steps to complete
This method was originally suggested by Professor Paul Buszard, Wolverhampton University, UK to help Birmingham Midshires Building Society, UK and its CEO Dr Mike Jackson to make their executive team meetings far more effective.
Mike Jackson continues to develop the tool for Shaping Tomorrow and his clients.
'Outside-in' can be shared with others or kept private using the 'Visible to' fields and through the 'tag', 'report', 'share'', 'link and 'comment' functionality. Use 'tag' and/or 'report' to aggregate your analyzes, 'share' with others via email, Facebook and Twitter etc. or add a 'comment' to ask others where they agree/disagree and encourage them to make their own analysis from their unique vantage point.
Even with all the advice and tools we have provided here starting a foresight project from scratch can be a daunting prospect to a beginner. Let us know if you need help with this method or want a group facilitation exercise or full project or program carrying out by us. We promise to leave behind more internal knowledgeable people who can expand your initiative for better organizational performance.
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