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Managing decision interactions

A Decision Breakdown Structure (DBS) for any complex strategy, system or project is a way to decompose the situation into well-framed, loosely-coupled, bite-sized and manageable “thought packages“.  Each decision “node” within this structure is a well-framed “fundamental question or issue that demands … Continue reading

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Roadmapping basics

Over the years I’ve helped numerous groups create technology, capability, product, platform and strategy roadmaps.  Most of these used a format similar to one popularized by Bob Galvin during his tenure at the helm of Motorola.  Such roadmaps depict the evolution … Continue reading

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Strategic roadmapping jump-start service

In conjunction with the Decision Driven® Roadmaps tool within the Decision Driven® Solutions Framework (DDSF), I’m re-launching a new consulting service, a Strategic Roadmapping Jump-Start.  I’ve delivered many variants of this service with high-tech clients over the last decade, but … Continue reading

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Translating methods into software

I take note that whenever I do a burst of software development to enhance the Decision Driven® Strategy and Life web services, my blogging suffers.  I think that’s because software prototyping, coding and debugging focuses the mind on very small … Continue reading

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