My favorite tools in Coda to use with my S.P.A.D.E. framework.
No two S.P.A.D.E.s are alike. As the decision-making process, including Setting and People, change, so too will the tools necessary to carry the framework. Here are three Coda widgets that I find tremendously useful for upholding S.P.A.D.E.'s values of accountability and clarity. Copy and paste the tables below, or find additional drag-and-drop templates by hitting the red plus button at the top of your page.
1) Sentiment Tracker
Consensus may not work, but that doesn't negate the fact that people want to feel included and heard throughout the decision-making process. A sentiment tracker invites all decision stakeholders to weigh-in, which illuminates general reception and provides an aggregate measure of agreement (or disagreement).
I recommend using sentiment trackers throughout the S.P.A.D.E. process. You can see how Shishir and I used one in the Decide step of our
In a world of dispersed teams, it's hard to get everyone in the same place at the same time. Whether you want to get everyone on the same page for a meeting with a pre-read or send out a quick S.P.A.D.E. update, emails reinforce both accountability and clarity.
Email your team an entire Coda section or a single table with a single click of a button, just like I do in the Explain step of our