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Why do so many providers in our market segment want to embroil you in long-winded sales talks, 3 levels of project managers and an assortment of other characters to get you to commit to thousands and thousands of dollars of effort whose value to your particular organization is impossible to measure until you’ve committed tens of thousands of dollars?
We simply don’t understand why any business leader would let that happen. Not when there is a much more sane, low-risk approach whose end result is achieved with less money, less time and less disruption to your unique business processes. As mentioned elsewhere on this site, it is worth your while to visit www.agilemanifesto.org which summarizes our philosophy of development well.
Our asSimpleAsPossible© process is based on rapid small-step iterations of envisioning, innovating, doing, reviewing, relaxing, then starting again.
We begin, as Stephen Covey recommends “with the end in mind”. Initial, non-technical meetings lay out an overall view of the dream future of the business leader, steps are defined to get there, and the highest-value, lowest-cost steps are completed first.
Because each step is small, because non-proprietary tools are used, because the success of each step is easily measured and because the business leader can, at any time “throw the bums out” and get new bums to continue, the risk to the business leader at any time is simply the cost of the last incremental step (and even with that our receivables are out 30 days which is often less than our step-wise cycling time).
How can you possibly have a large failed project doing business this way?