Journey Mapping is a way to reflect on the highs and lows of a project. It is a fantastic tool to visually tell the story of a project and to make meaning together. It can be used as a retrospective and as a way to celebrate, mourn, learn, and transition.
From Fuzzy Mission to Actionable Metrics in 7 Steps
Discover seven steps to help clarify your mission and translate that mission into measurable actions.
Goals + Success Spectrum
Clarify goals and outcomes by defining success along a spectrum of Minimum to Target to Epic.
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