Picture this: Your organization is ready to make a big change. You’ve been tasked with leading this complex initiative. It has great transformative potential. But the options of how to do so seem endless, and the situation is ever-shifting. There’s no manual for this. How do you gain the clarity and consensus you need to lead the way forward?
Maybe for you, this isn’t a hypothetical situation. Perhaps you’ve faced this situation in the past. Perhaps you’re up against it right now. If so, you know how challenging it can be to lead your team down an ambiguous road. You need a compass to guide you, and a clear map to get the whole team on the same path.
Wayfinding offers a solution
Wayfinding is a hybrid of design thinking and business planning. It blends diverse perspectives to overcome the barriers halting your progress. It works best with teams who are ready to confront blind spots, communicate with transparency, and work collaboratively. Wayfinding can set your initiative in the right direction, jumpstart a stalled effort, or add energy to a critical phase. In just weeks, you can change the game.
Why it makes a difference
The Wayfinding process provides three key advantages:
- It brings new clarity to your initiative, and lends structure and perspective while revealing hidden blind spots.
- It reveals value hidden within your initiative, and ways to create even more value…helping you earn support.
- It builds alignment among your team, blending their insights and enabling you to accelerate progress.
We created Wayfinding based on decades of experience helping Fortune 500 organizations illuminate their biggest challenges. It’s a three-week, four-stage sprint that blends design-based visualization and facilitation methods with incisive business analysis.
Read more about Wayfinding and download our PDF here. If you’re ready to take the first step, email [email protected] to schedule an exploratory conversation with ThoughtForm principal Steve Frank.