The strategic roadmap canvas provides a description of a portfolio or top level strategic view of a set of initiatives, produce/projects or activities. It can be combined.with strategy scorecards and other Strategy tools to define a direction and set of objectives.
The vision is often expressed as a short textual statement, providing a description of what is to be achieved and why.
- “Company X is an established provider of flat sheet steel throughout Europe and is a primary supplier to the automobile industry.”
- “The logistics department will provide the company with an exceptional service which can ensure delivery of goods to all customers in the UK within 2 days.”
|Scope and Vision||The Scope and direction or vision of the the roadmap. This section should describe the initiative in motivating words which outline its strategic value.||Strategy Scorecard (informs)|
|Goals, Objectives and Deadlines||Objectives (goals are used synonymously) of the initiative taken from Strategy or from OKRs.||OKR (populated by) , Strategy Scorecard (informed by)|
|Transitions||The major events, milestones or points of change in the roadmap.||Transition Roadmap Canvas (populated by)|
|Key Dependencies||Capabilities, Services or Project/Projects on which this roadmap is dependent.||Services Landscape (comes from), Capabilities Canvas (comes from), NABC (initiatives names)|
|Risks||Major risks related to the initiative.||Risk Matrix Canvas (related to)|
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