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“Would you drive a car whose speedometer wasbolted on after the fact? On the outside of the car?With the only measurement being the average speedsince your last stop? Based on an end-of-trip poll ofthe passengers in the car as to how fast the trip felt?Oh, and finally, the results of which required anexpert to read and interpret?Right. I didnt think so.”Michael Gilbert, The Gilbert Center
Instructions for Group Exercises1. Form groups of 5; sit knee to knee.2. Invite one person to be the host. The host will stay in the same seat for the duration of the exercise.3. Discuss the question and generate insights for 10 mins while host takes notes on the 4x6 card.4. When bell rings, everyone but the host moves to a new group.5. Hosts will present highlights from their conversations during the large group report out.
Group Exercise No.1• Think about an occasion when measuring your work resulted in real-time data or findings that informed your strategy.• What factors contributed to the successful application of data and findings to decision- making?
Group Exercise No.2• Think about an occasion when you were able to communicate data/findings from your work to a key audience that helped advance your mission.• What was the audience and why do you think you were successful in sharing your data/findings?