Are you feeling overwhelmed by the many competing priorities for your team? Do you wish you could break the log jam of inbound tactical requests and fires so that you could get back to strategically valuable, performance and insight enhancing work? Elephant can help!
When we lead you through our 3-day, Data-to-Decision Rapid Planning Workshop we collaborate with a set of cross functional stakeholders from your team and help you to clarify a ranked set of priorities.
Then we work together to assemble an actionable roadmap to get you back to valuable, strategic, efficient output.
Together we rapidly surface ideas and refine core priorities and actions that you can take, and organize them in priority order to optimize the impact for your organization.
Leveraging a pattern based on the tried and tested google ventures design sprint process
We help our clients overcome data challenges
Honing in on the highest value business opportunities
Figuring out what to do first amongst many competing priorities
Trying to re-envision how your team can function with fewer staff and greater pressure for external stakeholders
Finding a way to organize, cleanse and care for all of your organizational data to unlock the value hidden in it
Create a Strategic Roadmap
Clarify how to prioritize our organizational needs
Get out of tactical execution and back to strategic delivery
Reorganize staff and work to get more positive and efficient outcomes
A map of key business stakeholders and their needs and an organizational prioritization framework to help get back to strategic process.
A Data-to-Decision roadmap for prioritized implementation to capture the highest-value things first
A high-level data ecosystem future-state architectural design
Architecting the future state you need and creating a prioritized roadmap to get there
Identify potential value in new or existing data sources, needs for data usage.
Identify the insights and data visualizations needed. Architecting the future state you need and creating a prioritized roadmap to get there