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2/1/2018 at 7:54:27 PM GMT
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When you say Process - end to end. Is that at any level? Shouldn’t high level end to end value stream processes of an organization come first before deciding on what capabilities you need? How do you incorporate the innovation into the identifed capabilites at scale?


2/6/2018 at 1:18:47 AM GMT
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It would depend on the objective, scope, stakeholders and delivery approach. If the future state is unknown, yes understanding current state process and capabilities is essential to identify the capability gap moving to future state. Clarity on need, objectives and gap will assist in incorporating innovation. 


1/27/2019 at 11:33:23 PM GMT
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When future state is unknown, defining the destination state is mandatory based on experience, market potential. this will help to understand capability gap between existing (current) and future (where we want to reach) so that building blocks can defined to reach that state.


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