T10 Methodology

Our proprietary methodology builds on our founding partners’ extensive industry experience, with emphasis on their time in the product engineering and professional services sectors. It takes subjective Human Centered Design combined with objective Design Thinking and overlays those ideologies on a process that has proven itself to consistently deliver unparalleled measurable results against our clients’ organizational objectives.

 

Evaluate:  First Pillar

Analyze and understand current performance, identify opportunities and challenges

When considering this the first pillar of TACK10’s methodology, Evaluate, it is important to think broadly and with purpose. This pillar is of paramount importance as it builds the foundation for any engagement. Organizations are complex and both their internal and external spheres of influence have significant impact on all facets of them. To evaluate properly, it is important that the evaluation looks at all spheres of influence. This should include:

Assessment of where the organization is and the direction

Benchmark Grading

Stakeholder Engagement

Bridged SWOT Analysis

 

Assessment of where the organization is and the direction

It is imperative that an organization understands itself and its position clearly before engaging in any further action. This can be cursory in nature for smaller engagements or extremely in depth.

 

Benchmark Grading

Once an organization understands where it is, it is important to know how that compares to competitors and the industry landscape as a whole.

 

Stakeholder Engagement

Understanding stakeholders positions are extremely valuable when building a foundation to move forward from. Often overlooked in this element of work is engagement with your potential market or audience who deliberately said no to your offering. Some of the greatest insight is delivered by understanding the drivers within this segment of stakeholders.

 

Bridged SWOT Analysis

Seen as the final report for this phase of work. A Bridged SWOT analysis model was created by TACK10 maximize the value of the information contained in a traditional SWOT analysis. It takes the standard model of Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats and introduces inter-connectivity between each item in all four quadrants and overlays motivators, trends and insights.