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Prase methodology

PRASE slide show on how to get results in business

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Prase methodology

  1. 1. PRASE Methodology
  2. 2. Action • Decisions we make Outcome • Lead to the results we achieve We are often focused on actions and outcomes and take the way we think about things for granted
  3. 3. Thinking • How we frame the issue Action • Determines what decisions we make Outcome • Leading to the results we achieve However, the way we think drives our decisions and actions
  4. 4. Our thinking is heavily impacted by mental models or filters that can distort information causing us to see things as we want them to be versus the way they are
  5. 5. Problem definition (description of current state and why it is insufficient) Root cause identification (deep understanding of what is causing the problem or constraint to achieving the goal) Analysis of desired future state (what it will look like when problem is fixed or constraint lifted) Steps needed to get from “here” to “there” (people, process, technology and governance) Engage in an action plan based on priorities, organization, delegation, and follow up to achieve goal state Correct thinking requires a disciplined approach – CLP has created the PRASE method for getting results
  6. 6. Create a clear and concise problem statement to ensure you are addressing the real issues and not symptoms of bigger issues “A problem clearly stated is a problem half solved.” Problem Identification
  7. 7. Ask "Why?" until you get to the root of the problem. 1. Determine what happened. 2. Determine why it happened. 3. Figure out what needs to be done to properly fix it. Root Cause Analysis
  8. 8. Be able to articulate what you want the future to look like in plain language so that people can “see” it. A future state is something specific you are trying to create that must be accurately described and widely communicated. Analysis of Desired Future State
  9. 9. Action plans must lead to “SMART” objectives. The key question that must be asked and answered over and over is “who will do what by when?” Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant Time Based Steps to Get From Here to There
  10. 10. Setting, evaluating and resetting priorities must part of the ongoing communication for plans to be achieved. “Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work.” Peter Drucker Engage in Action Plan