Lean Value Tree | Open Practice Library

The LVT follows a Top-Down framework: Vision > Strategic Goals > Bets > Initiatives. A company’s vision is broken down into a number of strategic goals, which are then defined into a number of bets, out of which value streams and initiatives with specific, targeted outcomes drive achievement from the bottom up.

a tree with “ambitious mission” at the top and sub nodes “strategic goal”, then “strategic bet”, then “promise of value”

Strategic layer

  1. Ambitious Mission — What is our destination as an organisation?
  2. Strategic Goal — What does the organisation need to achieve to get there?
  3. Strategic Bet — What strategies are we betting to achieve the goal?

Tactical Initiatives

  1. Promise of Value — What value are we offering to customers to help us do that?
  2. Promise of Delivery — How much are we investing?

See also:

  1. What is The Lean Value Tree | by Product Stories & Observations | Medium
  2. How To Get Buy-In For A New Product Strategy That Focuses On Customer Problems | by Product Stories & Observations | Medium