Successful Customer Outcomes Posting Five

            What does a completed SCO Map look like? Here is one example:
If you understand SCO Maps in their original 2006 form you will also notice the improvedcapacity for iteration. In fact mature Outside In organizations will have undertaken two or perhaps three cycles of analysis to arrive at a completed understanding of customer needs.
In this example the one liner is “Improving Quality of Life”.
So circle back and prepare your own SCO Map (we also call the iterative diagram a SCO Revolution to explain the need for further refinement beyond the first cut).
Test it with colleagues and don’t be surprised if you find your understanding of customers needs is totally transformed for the better.