If you have a client who has just invested in a brand new, high performance case study solution, that is accompanied by five, step action plan, it may be necessary to reassure them in a more effective way than simply telling them they have a terrible case study solution. It is also important to communicate that they will benefit from the superior solutions they have selected.
GIORDANO STEP ACTION PLAN VS CASE STUDY SOLUTION Every case study solution uses the same five steps: Identify, Assess, Optimize, Control, and Convert. GIORDANO STEP ACTION PLAN DOES NOT. The five steps mentioned in the Giorgio Case Study Solution and in GIORDANO STEP ACTION PLAN are different.
The Giorgio Case Study Solution lists the five steps for each section of the case study solution. GIORDANO STEP ACTION PLAN DOES NOT. In the plan GIORDANO provides only one section for each step and says “CHOOSE” at the bottom of each step. A five-step plan would be the more effective solution and would give the client everything they need to make an informed decision.
The way GIORDANO presents the five steps of the case study solution makes the six steps in the Giorgio Case Study Solution look like a disorganized list. It’s easy to see why GIORDANO believes there is no need to include all the steps in the plan. There is no room for the client to “choose” to understand what each of the steps means and be confident in their choice.
If GIORDANO had included all the steps and showed the client how each choice pertains to a specific stage of the process, the Giorgio Case Study Solution would have been more helpful. GIORDANO states that a “CONNECTING TARGET” is the final result of the process.
It is my belief that when you are introducing a new solution that is linked to a process that you understand, the client should have a full understanding of the choice they made. GIORDANO’s plan and five steps to give the client one choice only. Each choice includes a reference to a stage of the process and the decision to take the next step. The fifth step requires the client to choose between two alternatives which are not described in the step-by-step plan.
The client will make this choice based on the evidence provided in the last two steps. How the client makes the choice will be based on his/her perceptions of both options. This choice will in turn depend on the decisions that were made in the other steps. It is difficult to explain the link between the last two steps and the final choice that the client makes.
The final step in the Giorgio Case Study Solution leaves the client with an option to taking the next step or retracing their steps back through the planning and analysis process. This step also contains the instruction to take the next step.
However, if the client can retain the thought processes used in the previous steps, the client will likely choose the option that utilizes the same thought processes and is most similar to the client’s current decision. The choice of the client in the final step depends on their perception of the previous steps and the possible results of taking the next step.
The sixsteps in the Giorgio Case Study Solution include five steps that serve no purpose. The client can not retain any of the previous stages and cannot relate their decisions to the earlier steps.
The GIORDANO Case Study Solution can easily be improved by including a fourth step: “The Process.” The client will be given four choices in the fourth step and will need to make a choice between them. and the previous step because if the client cannot keep the process, they cannot understand the solution.