An initiative is a package of work that brings together a logical list of actions (Courses of Actions).  Depending on the size or granularity of your actions, an initiative can be a programme, project or activity.  

To form a list of initiatives, you can simply dream up a list based on your understanding of the problem and solutions.  Or, if you have already analysed what needs to change in the Capabilities and Courses of Action step, you can simply build your initiatives from the actions derived from your Courses of Actions step.

The Roadmap step is where you can drag/drop your initiatives onto a map to visualise the scope and sequence that you must execute in order to reach your destination.

Jibility allows you to work backwards and forwards, which means you do not have to complete the Challenges, Objectives, Capabilities and Courses of Action steps in order to start with the Initiative or Roadmap steps.

When you have completed your Initiative and Roadmap steps, you can publish documents like these examples from the RedYabber Digital Transformation sample.

1) Initiative Summary on a page

2) Initiative prioritisation matrix

3) Roadmap

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