Go to the company settings section: Click on LEVELS: Select the label you want to change and edit it on the form:
Sometimes an activity described by a block in StrategyBlocks carries greater importance to the organization than another, regardless of its position and level in the value tree. There are different ways of thinking about prioritization and the effect is has on blocks and output. The priority field [BLOCK PROPERTIES (gear icon) > DETAILS > [...]
Customize the timeline view Click BLOCKS TABLE > COLUMNS Using the example that we want to output to a US letter paper size in landscape layout, these are example column widths (NB: dependant of course on the displayed columns). Scroll to the bottom of the screen to SAVE. [...]
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The stars allow managers to rate the success of the strategy once the owner has marked it as 100%. This status can be reviewed at a later date when you’re evaluating how well your plan was executed or when doing performance management for block owners.
A manager is responsible for the details of an object (block, metric, risk,...). This means they can change the titles, description, and so on. The owner of an object is responsible for doing the day-to-day updates. In terms of the blocks structure, the owner of a parent block is automatically the manager of the child [...]
In version 4.0, new blocks are public by default. If you want to make a block private, select the block row on the manage children page to edit it’s details. (Note: you cannot make a public block private, so you’ll need to check this box before you save your newly added blocks.) To make a [...]
Find your block in the Blocks -> Blocks Tree section. If your block is a leaf block (has no children) and you are the Owner, you should be able to update its progress. Select the edit pencil: You can drag the progress bar to your % completion amount (e.g., if you’ve done [...]
From the blocks tree page, select the gear icon to view the block’s edit pages: Select the Delete option from the left-hand sidebar menu: On this page you have the choice to delete the block and its children, or just delete the child and leave the selected-block as-is.