It’s great to have good ideas at work, and it’s incredibly satisfying to see these deliver real business results.
However, you can end up looking foolish if you haven’t fully thought your ideas through before you present them.
TELOS helps you do this. It’s a useful acronym that you can use to structure a feasibility study. By using it, you can ensure that your idea can be implemented, that it is worth pursuing, and that it can be delivered in a meaningful timeframe.
Learn more about it here.
(You might also want to look at our article on Mullins’ Seven Domains model, particularly if your idea involves setting up a new business.)
Question: Have you used a technique like TELOS before? What did you learn from it, and what tips can you offer?