Welcome to another Monday Morning Meeting! We're glad you made it.
Looking for a simple framework to help you prioritize ideas in a group strategy session? Try: Easy, Hard or Expensive.
Easy ideas are simple and cheap, won't meet much resistance in your organization and don't require lots of approvals, meetings or arm-twistings to implement.
Hard ideas can seem simple or be cheap (in theory) but will also take lots of time, effort or organizational "heavy lifting" to get off the ground despite their relative lack of cost.
Expensive ideas can be either simple or hard but have the added baggage of being costly to pursue and implement.
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See you at next Monday's meeting!