Methods for problem analysis, brain storming, goal setting and planning.
This non-verbal brain storming method will generate a huge number of ideas within a short period of time.
Tips for effective brainstorming.
A guideline for selecting ideas, assessing their impact and creating a plan of action.
This method is an effective tool for making decisions and planning change.
Preparing for change can be compared to a journey - the first step is to determine where you want to go to. This method can also be used for setting learning objectives.
The GROW approach helps to develop sustainable and inspiring development plans.
This method promotes "fixing things before they are broken".
The goal of this method is to look at a specific problem from a variety of perspectives.
This approach will give structure to the problem solving process.
This is a simpler version of Ofman's core value model, which highlights the link between a person's strengths and weaknesses. Being aware of one's "pitfalls" helps to put to better use the underlying strengths.
SWOT analysis is a widely used tool to analyse an organisation's or product's strengths and weaknesses, as well as looking at outside opportunities and threats.
This method facilitates group discussions by drawing attention to roles that should be covered when discussing problems and by ensuring that participants do not compete with each other but think in a similar direction.