Our remotely delivered Lightning Decision Lab is ideal for teams of four to ten people. It replaces the messiness of your typical meeting with a structured and time-boxed workshop guaranteed to deliver a decision. It sparks creative solutions and encourages doing over discussing.
Our team applies proven, focused Design Thinking and agile methods to help teams and leaders at every level of an organisation make decisions, products and services of lasting impact. We have “Web Events That Connect” training from ReesMcCann. It’s some of the best teaching available to facilitate engaging, productive remote workshops.
- Replace open-ended debates and meetings with a focused, time-boxed process, proven to generate effective decisions.
- Identify and prioritise challenges affecting your team or organisation - and then find solutions.
- Answer important questions before starting a larger project or workshop.
Ideal for When...
- Your team needs to unstick bottlenecks, moving from discussion to action.
- Your team needs a simple repeatable framework for decision making.
- Your team needs a boost of energy, momentum and focus.
It was fantastic, many thanks guys!Ricardo M., Agile Trainer & Consultant, Portugal.
Format and Duration
A one to two hour facilitated remote workshop for four to ten participants.
We begin with a preparatory exercise, for everyone to introduce themselves, practice using the tools and fix any issues.
Our facilitators will then guide your team through a focused and time-boxed process, guaranteed to deliver a decision.
The first step is an exercise to visualise the positives and negatives of your current situation. It is followed by activities to prioritise your challenges and select one to solve.
In the next steps we guide your team to reframe challenges as opportunities, come up with creative solutions, then prioritise and choose a solution. Lastly, we help your team divide the solution into actionable steps which can be completed in a couple of weeks.
You will need to make four to ten participants available for the workshop. At least one participant must have authority to make decisions, which may involve some budget spend.