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8 Steps of Gap Analysis - Free Google Slides theme and PowerPoint template

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Gap analysis is a technique used to identify the discrepancies between the current state and the desired state of a process or system. It is a tool that helps businesses and organizations to identify where they currently stand, where they want to be, and what steps they need to take to get there. The 8 Steps of Gap Analysis presentation template is designed to guide users through the gap analysis process in a clear and organized manner.

  • * The first step is Review, which involves identifying the problem or issue that needs to be addressed. This includes analyzing the current process or system, identifying areas of weakness, and setting specific goals for improvement.
  • * The second step is Target Definition, where the desired state or outcome is defined. This includes setting measurable goals, establishing criteria for success, and identifying specific targets to be achieved.
  • * The third step is the Present State, where the current state of the process or system is assessed. This includes collecting data, analyzing performance, and identifying areas of improvement.
  • * The fourth step is Development, where potential solutions or strategies are identified. This includes brainstorming, research, and analyzing the feasibility of potential solutions.
  • * The fifth step is Operational Gap, where the gap between the current state and the desired state is identified. This includes identifying specific areas where improvement is needed and determining the root cause of the gap.
  • * The sixth step is Strategic Gap, where a plan is developed to close the gap. This includes identifying specific actions to be taken, setting timelines, and identifying key stakeholders.
  • * The seventh step is Actions, where the plan is put into action. This includes implementing specific solutions or strategies, monitoring progress, and making adjustments as needed.
  • * The final step is the Review System, where the success of the gap analysis process is evaluated. This includes measuring results, analyzing outcomes, and identifying areas for further improvement.
The 8 Steps of Gap Analysis free template is a valuable resource for businesses and organizations that want to improve their processes and systems. It can be used by managers, team leaders, or anyone involved in the process improvement process. The template is easy to use, and the clear and concise descriptions of each step help users stay on track and focused on the goal. The template can be customized to fit specific needs, and it is compatible with both PowerPoint and Google Slides. It is a useful tool for anyone who wants to take their organization to the next level.

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