I'm looking for a word for something that is like a 'roadmap' (like you might have for a product or for a project you are delivering), but without the implied order.
We are currently organising how we think about a set of products, and we would like each product to have a 'roadmap'. However I have found that the word 'roadmap' is a bit of a loaded term, because it implies to the reader that there is a defined order to what is on the 'roadmap'. We might get to having an order to our outcomes eventually. But what do you call it when you simply have a list of outcomes you might like to achieve, but without any commitment to delivering them in a particular order, or even an indicative importance of these outcomes to inform an order?
So I'm looking for a word that is either 'roadmap' without the implied order, or just a word for a list of potential 'outcomes', which again doesn't imply any order.
Usage: "Please refer to our
<blank> and suggest any outcomes you might like us to work towards over the next quarter."
Just "objectives" or "outcomes" doesn't really fit, because, the implication is that you've already decided to achieve these. You could qualify it with 'potential objectives' or 'potential outcomes', but a single word would be ideal. Same goes for 'goals'.
A 'backlog' is typically a collection of smaller tasks, that one would work on day-to-day. I'm looking for something that describes a list of larger outcomes, without the low-level detail, that is explicitly oriented to outcomes (the 'what' we want to achieve) rather than 'how' to achieve those outcomes.