How QuickLook Works
In providing an actionable snapshot of an organization’s current state, a QuickLook report covers four primary sections:
- Core Process Assessment: Analysis and findings are described using a core process assessment scorecard. Each scorecard breaks down processes into supporting capabilities, providing analysis, key evidence, and overall findings.
- Community Analysis: Stakeholders are brought in to define a vision for the organization, leading to the development of a target model that describes key attributes of the organization’s recommended future state.
- Organization and Staffing Assessment: Current organizational structure is delineated, assessing the organization’s current and future business activities. QuickLook also makes the appropriate workforce recommendations based on organizational misalignment, capability, and staffing gaps.
- Maturity Roadmap and Recommendations: Prioritized recommendations are presented for each of the four dimensions—people, process, technology, and infrastructure—and used to support the development of a transition roadmap.
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