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Step 5: find "how"
So, we realized where Thomson should be (in the upper open quadrant) and when (in two years). Accordingly, we had the only question to discuss: How can Thomson raise its pyramid? Looking at the graph, we saw an obvious way. Let me show this chart in the form in which we showed it to Dick Harrington (the then director of Thomson), because his reaction to the picture is the most interesting moment in this story.
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Step 5: find "how"
- Step 3: find "where"
At our disposal were interesting data that deserved to be studied. However, the very fact of which player dominates in this or that branch, did not represent a special interest. Far more we wanted to see where business lines intersect, where companies operate alone, and where their "brand equity" is in the structure of their income. And for this we needed to draw them all
- Step I: find "who and what"
Having received a huge mountain of data, we first sift it in search of information about the players, namely the mentioned competitors. During the study, the names of seven companies were constantly emerging. We've already heard about three of you - Bloomberg, Reuters and McGraw-Hill. And four before this unknown for us were Reed Elsevier, Pearson, Wolters Kluwer and last but not least important - Thomson. Knowledge of
- Step 4: find the answer to the "when"
The scheme we created showed only one point in time - 2001, the year of the survey. We had a kind of snapshot, saying: "This is how the industry of professional information providers looks like today." But remember that the main purpose of this exercise was to prepare Thomson for the withdrawal of shares on the New York Stock Exchange in 2003, that is, through
- How to find the tool for "live" drawing in POWER POINT
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- The importance of the collective for teenagers and their desire to find a place in it
We have already said that the collectives of the V-VIII classes occupy a different place in the squad and school than the collectives of the primary classes. The teenagers are the main asset of the Pioneer squad and play a leading role in the pioneer self-government. And this is understandable: younger schoolchildren can not yet be in such a role, since this requires much more intellectual and personal maturity. Life of the school
- Analytical paralysis: step II
Upon returning to the room, we headed back to the recording boards with the following question: If there was only one step in the process that we could change with an improved spreadsheet, what could it be? After a heated discussion, we agreed that if we could give presidents a more flexible way of selecting and presenting data during the meeting with CF0, this provided
- Step 2: answer the question "how much"
After we identified the players and understood what they were doing, we went back to the documents to find quantitative data about each - something that would change the "how much". Having studied the masses of data, we decided that the first question "how much" that we intend to study will be related to the size of each company in terms of annual revenue. Here are the results of seven companies with
- Analytical paralysis: step I
Just like with the first napkin and the first day of work, we started with a circle and gave it a name. And, as with the second napkin (the second day), we created a circle with the name "who." Since each employee ultimately keeps an answer to the CFO, analysts considered him to be the most important "who", so we called our first round "CF0". Then we drew
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- The third step: an invasive strategy
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- Analytical paralysis: step III
At the end of the first day of work with the recording boards, we went home, thinking about possible options for design of the interface. The next day, we erased the drawing created the day before (after photographing each element in detail), * and then sketched out ideas on how the spreadsheet might look, based on the collective opinion of the team about where the technology might be through
- Step 6: meeting at a cost of several million
We were so heavily loaded with clarity and simplicity of the schedule that we could not wait for the moment when we return to Thomson and share our findings. Apparently, representatives of Thomson felt about the same thing - just before the beginning of our presentation, Dick Harrington suddenly asked if he could attend the meeting. We brought with us a huge printout of the schedule to
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