Workshops, working team meetings and small group activities are important social mechanisms for stakeholders to collaboratively explore, create and shape opportunities. When deploying a management tool in such environments, structured templates can guide users through the process of applying the tool. More critically, well-designed templates play a critical facilitation role as they enable participants to actively engage with one another so generating more meaningful and useful discussions and leads to the production of co-created outputs.

Templates may be used freely without alteration for non-commercial purposes (i.e. not for paid consulting). Internal application by firms within their own organisation is not considered to be commercial in nature (i.e. not associated with paid consulting); if in doubt, or to discuss commercial applications or licensing, please contact Dr Clive Kerr (civk2@cam.ac.uk).

For use in workshops, print the individual template as an A1-sized chart (i.e. 594 × 841 mm / 23.4 x 33.1 inches).

 

Opportunity exploration map (Details and download)

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Scoping your roadmapping initiative (Download template)

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Topic roadmap (cambridgeroadmapping.net)

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Opportunity vs feasibility selection matrix (Download template)

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Roadmapping your roadmapping (cambridgeroadmapping.net)

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Options-based topic roadmap (cambridgeroadmapping.net)

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Developing management toolkits (Download template)

 

Technology intelligence 'information needs' (Download template)

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Situational dynamics (Download template)

 

Prototyping a minimum viable toolkit (Download template)