Would you like to finish your next project on time?
Whether you are using an internal software development team or an external software house, the challenges stay the same - popular budgeting practices do not work. Your projects are bound to fail before they are even started. I can help you with that!
We all know projects have uncertainty and we often want to ignore that fact.
You can tame uncertainty instead of ignoring it.
The trap is simple -a vendor has low fees for contracted work and high change management fees.
If you don't handle uncertainty well, you can fall for it... and you will pay avoidable premium.
Cheat Sheet Helps
Uncertain project elements look alike.
They are easy to spot, really.
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This approach is called Wardley Mapping.
If you run it once, it will help you handle uncertainty.
If you run it twice, you can do cross-project optimalisations.
One size does not fit all.
Use Time & Material to handle uncertainty.
Use Fixed Price to cover predictable work.