New feature: cross-referencing prompts across templates

Disturbed night, so a quick new feature coded before breakfast:

Screenshot 2017-03-08 13.25.43

This excerpt shows some of the results from the collaboration and customer focus categories of a survey based on the Agendashift Values-based delivery assessment, but displayed using a so-called ‘pathway’ template.

We have long found that people respond very well to the values-based organisation of the assessment, with category headings of Transparency, Balance, Collaboration, Customer focusFlow, Leadership. Experience forces us to admit however that a plan based on these values isn’t very compelling. Where do you start? Conversely, whilst a narrative arc makes for a much more compelling plan, it would feel strange for an assessment. Hence the very useful trick (a few months old now) of being able switch templates when the time comes to work with the results.

This week’s little enhancement is to display the original index numbers of the prompts – the 3.3, 4.1, and so on in the example  – in the reorganised results. This means that in workshops, we can generate outputs against either (or both) sets of results and still maintain traceability. This in turn makes it easier to reuse the products of the Exploration session (which includes the survey debrief) in the Mapping session. Slick!

Want to try this for yourself? Some options:

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