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We have demonstrated the need to upgrade standards as business and delivery expectations increase. We need to stop over promising and start some evidential promising in the form of prototypes. We need to stop under estimating and start estimating accurately with early customer evaluation of signed off customer assessments and as the work uncovers and we estimate effort regularly to make sure delivery is on target and budget.

We want to convert customer aspirations into deliveries early in the process, support regular change and invite challenges to the accuracy of our deliveries. We want to identify and remove organisational waste and redundant processes

We want to deliver what the customer wants in a fixed time period and finally rid the project environment of customer disappointments from change control over charging. All this and more is in the Toolkit for the agile transformation of your project portfolio.

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