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Use these learning aids to explore how to augment your current approach to defining strategy with new techniques for navigating uncertainty.
Learning goals that are obtainable within the next three months
View of proposed changes on a timeline, to support communication with other contexts and teams
Statement of speculation about how actions could drive results
The most promising change ideas, given the criteria
Specific changes that could be made in support of the goals
Factors in the definition of success, that are worth investing in
High-level actions that could trigger desired results, directly or indirectly
Targets that crisply define a desired, measured outcome to achieve
General objectives to guide motion towards the chosen path to winning
Positions taken on uncertainty, for the remaining “known unknowns”
Summary of the potential impact of the assumptions associated with the vision
Description of the preferred future (e.g. 1 year out) with an aspiration for winning
Collaborate to expand options; ask: “what would have to be true?”
What we don’t yet know, about a framed choice of future(s)
Different possible futures, one of which will be preferred
Proven thought-leadership on strategy, specific to your type of context
The strategic choices you face to provide focus and define how you win
What you believe to be true about the world around you, including aspirations
Fuel for your decision authority, from the parent context
You and your leadership team
Decision architecture refers to the design and structure of systems and processes that aid in making choices. Enterprise decision architecture integrates organizational, technology, and behavioral economics perspectives to help organizations thrive in uncertainty.