IAF Methods

Level of Influence

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#prioritization #cat: making decisions #implementation
any 12 - 30

This often used a a part of an action learning workshop, after a list of actions has been generated.

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Goal

This is a way of prioritizing action items, projects or campaign using the level of influence the team has to do implementation

Attachments

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Materials

  • Flipcharts or whiteboard, markers, tape

Instructions

Before

Pre-Work Required: A list of actions has been generated. These can be simple actions to complex strategies

During

Context

This session we are going to look at how much influence we as a group have directly on the actions we are proposing.

Steps
1. We will rank them from 1 to 10 in terms of influence. One is zero influence and 10 it total influence.

List the ideas on a flipchart or whiteboard.

2. Walk through each item and ask the group, "What level of influence do we have?"

3. Continue until all items are ranked.

4. List all the items from 10 to 1 on the board.

5. We want to decide which of the items on which we have influence we want to work on.

6. Ask the group, We have total influence on 10 and 0 no influence what so ever. At what levels of influence do we want to put our energies into?"

7. Select a level say, 6 or 7. Review the items in levels 10 - 6 and ask, "Are these the items we want to work on?

Closing

Move to an action planning process.

After

Follow-Up Required: Action Planning

Usual or Expected Outcomes: A list of activities that have been selected from 1 - 10 in the level of influence the participants have over the implementation of the actions.

Background

Derived from: unknown

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  • A simple step which allows a group to focus on the tasks they can have influence on.

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