Transformation Maps (T-Maps) Implementation Guide

You’ve recognised that your organization needs to implement a change or transformation program, such as upping your performance from good to great, eliminating waste, maximising an opportunity or mitigating a potential disruption. Now you need a robust way to plan your strategies before moving onto execution. Transformation Maps (or T-Maps for short) provide a great way to define and then deliver change, or digital transformation.

In this implementation guide, we explore how you can use T-Maps to transform your business.


What is a transformation map?

A Transformation Map is a visual representation of the strategic plan that aims to achieve a particular transformation goal. T-Maps include all of the important elements of successful strategic change: actions, milestones, timelines, results and impact. Think of a T-Map as a tool to represent the course of action from strategy to execution.

T-Maps turn the usual fear of change into motivation to achieve clear and defined goals, with outcomes that also guide future decision making. As an added bonus, they’re simple to create: literally get the template and get going.


  • What is a transformation map?
  • When to use T-Maps
  • Components of a typical T-Map
  • Organization current state versus future state
  • Timelines and work streams
  • Business outcomes
  • Progress tracking
  • How to build a T-Map
  • T-Map workshopping
  • How to use your T-Map


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