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Outcome-Based Planning w/ Greg DePasquale

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In this episode of SoundNotes, LeadingAgile Managing Consultant, Greg DePasquale explains what Outcome-Based Planning is, how it works, why it’s so critical for enabling successful delivery, and how it works at different levels of the organization.

In outcome-based planning, we focus on “a results-driven plan rather than plan-driven results.” There is a focus on the Why as opposed to the How. We center around the business outcome we are looking to achieve, rather than making sure we are doing “all the things.” If you work in a project-based organization and status is tracked by things done (or percent of a thing done), you are probably more output focused. If you are planning for the results you want to achieve, and you and employ a strategy where we can continue inspecting and adapting towards that desired result, regardless of how many things you can check the done box on along the way, then you are outcome-focused.

 

 

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Web: https://www.leadingagile.com/guides/greg-depasquale/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregdepasquale/
Email: greg.depasquale@leadingagile.com

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Comment (1)

  1. Janko Böhm
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    I’d liked the sentence : “outcome based planning is a result driven plan vs. a plan driven result” most. well done.

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