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End 2 End

Structured change within managed risk

Business case, Scope, Budget, Time, QA, RAID, Stakeholder engagement, Supplier management: RFI, RFP, Contract. P&L management. Reporting

Fix the scope. Flex the budget and time to protect the scope.

  • Start up. Input: Project Mandate. Output: Project Brief

  • Initiate. Input: Project Brief + Project Board authorisation.

    Output: Project Initiation Document + High Level Plan

  • Delivery. Input: PID + HL plan. Output: Product delivery/Stage.

    Manage Stage Boundaries through QA + Project Board authorisation. Change control: Change requests (from customer) and Exception reports (from supplier)

  • Close. Input: Project deliverables. Output: End Project Report. Lessons learned. Follow-on actions.


Fix the budget and time. Flex the scope to protect the budget and time.

  • Feasibility. Does the proposition look technically viable and cost- effective?

  • Foundations. Unpack the business rationale, the target benefits, value, and the capabilities needed to realise them. Requirements prioritisation: MoSCoW

  • Exploration-Engineering-Deployment. Timebox delivery of prioritised requirements. Calibrated and tracked via Story points across incremental design, development, test, release.

End 2 End: Services
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