SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats and SWOT analysis is often used to assess a project, a venture or reflect on the organization’s relative forces compared to competition and business. A SWOT analysis can be done on one’s self in order to get clarity about one’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats, before a … Continue reading Did you already SWOT yourself?
The change matrix is primarily a tool to explain why people seem to resist change, but it can be used to make a decision when the appeal of the proposed change is facing some doubts about losing more than gaining. Doing the exercise of filling the matrix should help getting clarity about the plusses and … Continue reading When facing a choice, get clarity with the change matrix
Here is a reader's question: I have difficulty seeing the difference between the Goal Tree and the Current Reality Tree (CRT). With these two trees we assess the process. What are the main differences between the two? The Goal Tree and Current Reality Tree (CRT) have nothing in common. They are not even meant to care … Continue reading Reader question: Goal Tree vs. Current Reality Tree
In this video, I scrutinize and suggest improvements on a Current Reality Tree (CRT) found on the Internet. A logically sound CRT is key to convince audience about the robustness of the analysis and the reality of the causes to the trouble. If there is room for doubt or the logical has flaws, chances are … Continue reading Scrutinizing and improving a Current Reality Tree (video tutorial)
The buzz around Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning is getting louder. If you don't know what it is all about, here is a video primer. An Introduction to DDMRP (HD) from Demand Driven Institute LLC on Vimeo.
In these video samples from day 6 of Bill Dettmer's Logical Thinking Process Training Course (February 2017), Bill is addressing the difficulties to make change happen within an organization.
During the last day of his 6-day Logical Thinking Process Training Course, Bill Dettmer explains how to build Executive Summary Trees, when and why presenting them. The video here was taped during the February 2017 session in Paris.
It happens often with methods and tools that look simple: people giving it a try think they master the subject when in reality they more or less failed with their trial. It is not different with the Logical Thinking Process. The Current Reality Tree is maybe one of the logic trees the most attractive to … Continue reading Beware of the Logical Thinking Process apparent simplicity
Paris June 28th, 2017. The 6-day Logical Thinking Process Training Course with Bill Dettmer is just over. We asked the participants not in a hurry to rush to an airport or train station if they would share their thoughts about the course in front of a camcorder? Cédric, Sverre and Leo were so kind. Bill … Continue reading What advice to people wanting to experience the Logical Thinking Process Training Course?