Nothing changes without the proper process.

Matching the right process model to the right working environment is crucial to driving effective change.
Mindset Check

What works in linear, command & control environments

Mindset Check

What works in linear, command & control environments

Waterfall Model

Typical command-and-control work processes are linear in nature – one step follows naturally from the other. In a perfect world, simple processes drive results via a Waterfall Model.

Ideal for: Linear Workflow, Command & Control, Simple Processes

Agile Model

In a slightly more complex organizational environment, an Agile Model allows scheduled and expected feedback to be accommodated and processed.

Ideal for: Linear Workflow, Expected/Scheduled Feedback, Slightly Complex Processes

What works in linear, command & control environments

The Intention/Implementation/Impact Model provides a series of organized feedback loops across all aspects of planning, execution and measurement to encourage open communication, support shared responsibility/accountability and create a never-ending cycle of improvement.

Ideal for: Adaptive Workflow, Expected/Unexpected Feedback, Multiple Constituencies, Complex Processes

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