Assumption Grid template
Organize your ideas and guide your decisions.
Easy to use
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An assumption grid helps you organize your ideas according to both certainty and risk level. Place items within the grid and discuss them with your team in order to guide your decision making about what to pursue or delay action on.
About the Assumption Grid template
When should you use the Assumption Grid template?
You can use the Assumption Grid anytime you’d like to promote critical thinking about your ideas. The grid prompts you to consider levels of certainty and risk, which can help you and your team to uncover some of your biases and unfounded beliefs.
How do you use the Assumption Grid template?
Start with our pre-made template, making any changes you’d like to suit your particular needs. Invite team members to join your board and collaborate. You can create color-coded sticky notes so it’s easy to keep track of each person’s contributions. Use the @mention or video chat if you need to get input from others. You can upload other file types such as documents, photos, videos, and PDFs to store all the relevant information in one place.
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