You can adapt it by keeping it short. Pick the absolute minimum slides you need to tell the story and share it.
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In terms of using the Impact Effort Matrix, how could you prevent team members from disagreeing on the impact/effort of a particular option?
For a group with strong personalities you may want to shift to a defined scale. That’s more work since you’ve got to get some data to understand the Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs) in terms of resources or the potential dollar savings.…
When defining the process using DMAIC, what would you do if no one can agree on what the process actually is?
Process Walks are the best tool to get everyone to agree on what the current state of the process is.