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Gluestep Guide: how to set up Mapping

Take the Gluestep challenge and answer two simple questions about your organisation, your team, or your project, and Gluestep will show you a structured map that you can use to navigate to a solution!

Remember that Gluestep helps look for problems so you can fix them.

Choose Framework Templates and look for the $10 template.

Gluestep Shop

First, look for a $10 Template

To sign up for the first time, go to our Shop and select a Framework Template with a $10 price.

This will be one of our demonstration Templates that allows you to experience Gluestep in a simplified form.

Gluestep templates in the Gluestep Shop

Select and Add to Cart

Add your chosen Template to your Cart.

After the payment, you will then be asked to log on or sign up.

Gluestep add to cart

Log On or Sign Up

You will need to log on with your existing Gluestep account, or sign up with us for the first time.

Gluestep uses 3rd party authentication, so you can use your Google or Microsoft account, or an email account.

Once you have logged on, you will be able to continue.

Gluestep log on and sign up page

Answer the questions

You now need to set up your Framework.

You will need to choose an Organisation name, which can be a real organisation, a team name, or just something that you will remember.

You also need to name your Framework.

The demo Framework will be built for you based on the answers you give to questions where you can answer yes, no, or not sure.

The Gluestep AI uses your answers to populate a simple Gluestep Framework.

Gluestep cart
Gluestep cart setup

Once you have finished, select Checkout and you will be taken back to the Log On screen.

Log On and then you will see your Gluestep Framework.

Gluestep checkout

 Understanding the results

Your Gluestep Framework uses colour coding to show problems.

Grey - not yet evaluated, no rating

Red - serious issues, absence of information

Amber - issues, uncertainty

Green - ok.

The Framework is given an overall score to rate the situation.

Some problems will be identified through more than one cell.

The first column relates to strategy and intent, the third to results and outcomes, and the second to connections between them.


Issues in the second column are very likely to mean consequent problems with delivery or operations.

Gluestep Framework results example

Help with Frameworks

Remember, this is just the beginning of your Gluestep journey and the Framework will need rating again after each round of actions and improvement.


For help with the Gluestep Frameworks, including how they can be tailored and adapted to your specific situation, contact your Gluestep account manager, or contact us via the form on the homepage.

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