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We have to produce something at the end of the workshop, for it to be a success. We cannot just produce any old thing; we will produce what we agreed to produce. Deliverables can take many different shapes and sizes. They may be the documented results of the decision or a design or approach or a way forward to the project. What we need, though, are concrete examples from the workshop owner of precisely what it is they require. This way we will know when the workshop is ended and that is produced what it meant to produce.

We also need to define and agree the finished format of the deliverable. A decision may not be enough. It might need writing down or e-mailing to someone. It might only be deemed complete when the e-mail has been responded to. We would need to say this during the workshop, however. The deliverable needs to be measurable.



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