SAPAL -- Water Management System for the Leon (Mexico) Metropolitan Area with Annabel Membrillo Jimenez and Conrado Garcia Madrid
The SAPAL project is a 5-year initiative that took place in Mexico, from 2000 to 2005, with the leadership of a large governmental agency chartered with managing the water system of the metropolitan area of Leon (population 1.5 million) in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico.
Initial Project Description
In this 19-minute exploration, Annabel provides an overview of the project, the 5-year process, key insights, key experiences or shifts in the participants, and documented impacts.
Video (or audio-only version)
ISC Live Lab Co-investment and Return on Co-investment
Context. In 2000, we were writing the book Managing from Clarity, and strategic measurement into our strategic systems process.
Co-investment. In this long-term project with the water authority of Leon (Mexico), we co-invested our intellectual property of strategic systems thinking and practical strategic measurement systems.
Return on Co-investment. The return on this co-investment was the use of strategic systems mapping within a strategic measurement system to lead change with multiple stakeholders.
- website -- SAPAL
- case study (in English)
- strategic analysis (in Spanish) -- internal analysis (executive measurement system and organizational structure) and external analysis (scenario planning)