A while back, I heard a former civil servant (Michael Barber) talk about complex policy decisions and how he would present these to Government Ministers.
He said decision makers were always time-poor. On top of this, the policies were almost always complex to understand. And the ramifications of a poor decision could be life-threatening.
One of the key tools he used to bridge this gap was graphs. To show the trade-offs. To describe the trajectory (from/to) and the personal and organisational transformation that would occur, depending on the decision taken.
Here is a graphic showing how YOUR learning journey with Outrageous works, and how we will move YOUR teams and organisation from awkward silence in insight research to profitable, inclusive practice. Ready to light the fuse? Book a call today.Learning Journey (2)