Hi, I’m a facilitator in IBM Tokyo studio.
Theo W.
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Hi Shota, Bulls Eye Diagram is part of the official LUMA course (https://www.luma-institute.com/). It is the same as a roadmap with three levels of priority. The inner circle is the most important, the middle circle is less so, and the outer circle is the least important. Participants map their post-it notes to the relevant circle, and since the inside circle is the smallest, it limits what can be the most important.

I made up the Pyramid of Priority with a colleague in the RTP office. It is the same idea as Bulls Eye except it is shaped as a pyramid, so the most important ideas go on the top level, and then lower levels are less important. We also add a rule that each level has to have fewer items than the one below it. The more levels, the fewer the number of items that are most important. I really like this one because it is a quick and dirty way of getting participants to sift through a large number of items or ideas, and seems to be intuitive so doesn’t require much explanation.

If you contact me on Slack or IBM email, I can send you the Method Cards Brian and I made that explain Pyramid of Priority and others. You can find further descriptions of the Bulls Eye Diagram online or in the LUMA materials (both a handbook and a method card deck).