Let’s look at the report writing example more in depth. To really leverage the Is/Is Not tool, you would want to get even more granular. For example,
The report is:
• Geared for our customers
• Showcasing at least six examples
• Including _(quantity)_ photos of the work in action
• Including _(quantity)_ stakeholders’ voices
The report is not:
• Video based • Future focused
• Geared for staff
• Focused on what didn’t work
In any projects you have coming up, consider how you might be able to use an Is/Is Not framework to help create clarity around the results. This helps to make things very specific and avoid assumptions. A key virtual tip is to name assumptions.
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