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The Process Paradox barrier to getting an Enterprise to mature its Transformation capability is to get the change on the radar, we are battling against the currently flawed process. If the current process was not flawed, we would not need to mature it.

We want to mature a broken system of Transformation, but to get that work on the table we are generally faced with having to go through the Enterprises current (flawed) Strategising and Roadmapping phases. If those phases are flawed, it is unlikely to get the work to mature Transformation on the table.

This is why Pragmatic's frameworks propose to use the Transformation process defined in POET rather than an Enterprises current (flawed) processes.

Of course, just because we define it does not mean that people will be able to follow it. We should therefore be cognizant of the fact that we will face a lot of pushback from an Enterprises current Strategising and Roadmapping capabilities.


Does your Enterprises current Strategising and Roadmapping capabilities, prevent them from seeing the benefit of improving them?

How can you get round that?



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