Me lecturing about the Goal Tree during the June 2018 Logical Thinking Process Training Course

Paris, France, June 2018, during the Logical Thinking Process Training Course. Bill Dettmer asked me to lecture the attendees about the Goal Tree, the first of five logic tools of the Logical Thinking Process. I was happy to take over this part of the training given my love for the Goal Tree. However, the slides … Continue reading Me lecturing about the Goal Tree during the June 2018 Logical Thinking Process Training Course

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Leaders, here are 5 good reasons to build a Goal Tree for your Strategy Deployment

Subscribers to my blog or regular visitors may have noticed my deep interest in this powerful logic tool called Goal Tree. I have already posted numerous articles about it and have a special section here to share my experience: the Goal Tree Chronicles. With this post I’d like to offer a more direct insight, straighter … Continue reading Leaders, here are 5 good reasons to build a Goal Tree for your Strategy Deployment

Goal Tree Chronicles – lessons from the logical path

May 2018. I have spent two days facilitating a seminar on strategy deployment with a bunch of motivated young intrapreneurs - middle managers empowered to run their business as if it was theirs. I based my coaching on the Goal Tree, a logic tool of choice among the Logical Thinking Process, totally suiting the purpose. … Continue reading Goal Tree Chronicles – lessons from the logical path

Goal Tree Chronicles – Coloring the Goal Tree

The 3-colors system is a well accepted assessment and visual management tool by Goal Tree builders and users. The principle is simple as it uses the traditional Red-Amber-Green color code to indicate the status of each entity in the Tree. In a Goal Tree, Necessary Conditions are enablers to the above entity. As soon as … Continue reading Goal Tree Chronicles – Coloring the Goal Tree

Goal Tree Chronicles – Enablers vs.triggers

In this post I explain the difference between enablers and triggers in logic trees, which basically is explaining how Necessity logic differs from Sufficiency logic. I then explain the basic assumption when building a Goal Tree and why the Goal will not automatically be achieved even if a most of Necessary Conditions are fulfilled. Necessity … Continue reading Goal Tree Chronicles – Enablers vs.triggers

Reader question: Goal Tree vs. Current Reality Tree

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

Goal Tree Chronicles: can I have more than one goal?

I started publishing on the Internet in 1998 with the available means at that time. My undertaking had several purposes and expected benefits, but it was all intuition and nothing thoroughly planned. Years after, knowing the Goal Tree and being fan of the Logical Thinking Process, reflecting about my author debut, I wondered if a … Continue reading Goal Tree Chronicles: can I have more than one goal?

Why the Goal Tree is more and more relevant

Command and control management style, based on standardized work and centralized decision-making, becomes increasingly irrelevant as more and more business environments become highly variable and the number and pace of decisions to make soar. What is required is autonomy and accountability as well as alignment on a well understood Goal. The Goal Tree is an … Continue reading Why the Goal Tree is more and more relevant

Where I could have used a Goal Tree but didn’t know about the tool then

During the June 2016 Logical Thinking Process alumni reunion, Bill Dettmer asked the participants to share their "War Stories", i.e. experience with the Logical Thinking Process (LTP) and LTP tools. I came up with several short stories. In this excerpt, I recall I could have used a Goal Tree but didn't know the tool at … Continue reading Where I could have used a Goal Tree but didn’t know about the tool then