Scope tools

Below are a selection of brief guides showing how to use the Tetradian 'Scope tools'.

These are used to explore the options to resolve an issue and people issues. They are fully described

in the Tools for Change-mapping book, out soon.

The Inside/Out tool

How do you know if what your organisation offers, is valued by your customers, and if your organisation is working as well as it can? You use the Inside/Out tool to explore how an organisation functions internally and externally. This short introduction shows you what to use the tool for.

Find out more about this tool in the Tools for Change-mapping book, page 40.

The Decision tool

When your organisation makes decisions are they a chaotic mess or are they strategic decisions based on evidence? You use the Decision tool to explore how your organisation makes individual decisions and groups of decisions .

Find out more about this tool in the Tools for Change-mapping book, page 44.

The Leadership tool

How can you find out if your leadership candidate can do what they say they can? You use the Leadership tool to see how the leadership candidate would tackle different scenarios.

Find out more about this tool in the Tools for Change-mapping book, page 48.

The Skills learning tool

Is your organisation doing all it can to help your staff acquire and master new skills? You use the Skills learning tool to provide support and guidance for staff and organisations during

skills learning.

Find out more about this tool in the Tools for Change-mapping book, page 52.

The Modes tool

What kind of person will best suit your project? What skills should they have? You use the Modes tool to explore the types of people and skills required to best fit a project’s requirements.

Find out more about this tool in the Tools for Change-mapping book, page 56.

The SEMPER tool

How can you tell what is happening inside your organisation? Are your staff happy and motivated? You use the SEMPER tool to measure staff members ability to do work within your organisation.

The original tool was designed with Michael Smith.

Find out more about this tool in the Tools for Change-mapping book, page 60.

The NOTES tool

What is your organisation’s story? Why do you do what you do? Who are the stars and who are the unseen heroes behind the camera? You use the NOTES tool to describe your business story, such as what you do and why you do it. The NOTES tool uses the metaphor of a film production to describe your organisation’s story.

Find out more about this tool in the Tools for Change-mapping book, page 64.

The Knock-on effects tool

In the rush to resolve an issue, could there be unexpected knock-on effects, when resolving the issue? You use the Knock-on effects tool to explore the unexpected knock-on effects of

resolving issues.

Find out more about this tool in the Tools for Change-mapping book, page 68.

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