In a Strategic Roadmap, the symbol Timeframe is used to represent a specific period of time or a range of time during which a project, initiative, or objective will be executed. It usually appears as a horizontal bar or a line on the roadmap, and its length or position can indicate the duration or start/end date of the associated activity.
For example, in a Strategic Roadmap for a software development company, the Timeframe symbol might represent a six-month period during which the company plans to release a new product. The length and position of the symbol on the roadmap would indicate the start and end dates of the development, testing, and launch phases of the project. By including the Timeframe symbol on the roadmap, stakeholders can quickly understand the timing and duration of the company’s initiatives and plan their own activities accordingly.