Hit the target dead center with a bullseye diagram

When you rank the importance of your organization’s goals you get a clear picture of what you should be aiming for. Take aim—and take action—with FigJam’s free prioritization templates.

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Bullseye diagram template

Tell your team all about your ideal targets in one accessible online document (and keep it around for reference too).

Prep for the harvest

Ready to flourish? Cull your ideas and priorities as a team to achieve an optimal yield.

Clear the way: Eliminate goals that aren’t in line with your organization’s overall objectives.

Break ground: Divide large goals into smaller, actionable items.

Pick and prioritize: Figure out which outcomes matter most, and put them in a place of prominence.

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Team-wide aim assistance

With a bullseye graph template from FigJam, everyone stays focused on central priorities—even when the team is spread across the globe. Access accurate information from anywhere and provide instant feedback with integrated widgets like cursor chats and votes.

Stay centered, make strides

When there are countless action items on the docket, prioritizing can keep you from spiraling. Tackle the tasks ahead with other templates from our Community.


A bullseye diagram is used to organize goals and priorities by their level of importance. A bullseye diagram template is formatted into three (or more) concentric circles. The center bullseye contains the most vital benchmarks, with secondary and tertiary goals sorted according to decreasing importance within the outer circles.

Making a bullseye graph has never been simpler with FigJam’s bullseye chart template. No need to worry about navigating a complicated design program or breaking out the protractor and compass—FigJam’s intuitive design tools and fun, helpful widgets take the fiddliness out of diagramming.

To get started, you’ll simply want to gather your team and brainstorm around broad goals and objectives. Then, create a laundry list of tasks that you’ll need to work through to reach your goal. What’s essential? What would be great, but isn’t necessary for your initiative’s success? Place the sticky note tasks in the bullseye circles, organized by their importance, with the most critical priorities smack-dab in the center.

The most important aspect of creating a bullseye chart is achieving a well-rounded understanding of your organization’s goals. This can be done through observation of past data, frank talks with team members across disciplines, and informed projections of the future.

Here are a few tips to keep in mind while specifying goals:

  • Collect regular feedback from all team members, regardless of their place in the hierarchy. Different positions allow for different perspectives.
  • Consider utilizing a bullseye diagram in conjunction with other useful diagram templates, like an impact effort matrix.
  • Don’t be afraid to make bold decisions. Big gains require big efforts.

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