The Single Question Approach

Avoid Asking “How Do We Solve Global Hunger?” with the Single Question Approach

Not all situations are covered by cookbook agendas or avail a methodologist to help. Therefore, the facilitator must develop their approach another way. Use the Single Question Approach to develop new questions that lead to a meeting method complete with a detailed agenda. The Single Question Approach breaks down the big question that will provide…

Transform Force Field Analysis into Actions

How to Facilitate Force Field Analysis Leading to Actions

Force field analysis modifies and improves upon a similar approach called “pros & cons.”  Force field analysis helps groups identify and prioritize actions and opportunities for improvement, especially among project teams. Force field analysis makes it easier for groups to organize their thinking while encouraging thoughtful exploration. Once supportive and hindering forces are identified, the group analyzes impact, leading to…

Illustrative Eleven Person of Quantitative SWOT Analysis

Quantitative SWOT Analysis Makes it Easier & Faster to Build Consensus

Quantitative SWOT analysis is the result of contrasting the internal, controllable aspects of the organization (ie, Strengths and Weaknesses) with the external, uncontrollable situational factors (ie, Opportunities and Threats) and then aggregating the numeric scoring of the actions an organization might take to reach its goals and objectives. Qualitative situational analysis[1] provides a poor method…