Chapter 16. Visioning, Retrospection, and Other Approaches

Project Visioning

Visioning is a great technique that helps a group believe in its ownership of the project and what the outcome of the project will be.

Project visioning prompts participants to think through what they believe will be true about the project so that they can create their own destiny about the project. They do this by answering questions around some future vision of the project, discussing their responses with each other, and then finding common, prioritized themes among the responses.

Use this technique to help a team at the start of a project to envision the work, the deliverables, the accomplishments, the way the team will communicate, and so on. (You can also ...

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