To help get everyone on the same page, consider using a Team Charter Canvas. Whether it is a project team or a committee, it is important that everyone understands why the work is important and what the team’s goals are.
The Team Charter Canvas helps the team document important information about the work, to help bring clarity to the group. This document is a visual way to document who project team members are and what the expectations are for the project. Also, the document will help to clarify the project scope and desired outcomes – as well as connect the project goal to the customer’s definition of value and the organization’s strategic goals.
The Team Charter Canvas, much like the project charter is a living document. As the project is executed, the team will gather new learning that will allow them to further clarify their goals and objectives. As this occurs, the project team should update the canvas accordingly.
To learn more about applying the Team Charter Canvas to your projects, please refer to the provided video. If you are ready to adopt the template, please complete the form below, or add the template to your cart.
All of our tools and templates are available in Word or PowerPoint format to allow organizations to purchase and customize the templates to their brand standards.
Using the Customer 2×2 Matrix to analyze how a customer might prioritize a need allows for an organization to better evaluate the various problems they are trying to solve, or the numerous “how Might We” questions they are trying to solve. This topic is a core concept of applying creative problem-solving through design thinking. To learn more about design, please visit our Introduction to Design Thinking Course.
The Design Thinking course teaches a creative problem-solving that will give any professional an advantage in their industry or career.
This course will help expose the learner to various design thinking tools and mental models – all with the emphasis on innovating through creative problem-solving.
Our objective is to provide the learner with practical tools for applying a versatile 3-step design thinking process within their organizations. Through this framework, the learner will be able to reframe problems from the customer’s perspective. With this perspective in mind, the learner will drive improvements around the customer experience using tools such as deep-dive interview, journey mapping, empathy mapping, and rapid prototyping.
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