This blogpost completes the model that I use to build up a mental image of a new crisis situation when I encounter one. I use it to structure and prioritize the thousands of pieces of new information that I need to process in order to get a good picture of what I’m dealing with. In fact it is a tool to get a fast and useful insight in the current crisis situation that will help me to consolidate all the different inputs into a combined and useful image of what’s going on. This image helps me to communicate with the stakeholders and to define the actions needed.
In my previous post the fundamentals of the model have been explained.
In this post the rest of the mental image usage is described.