There are serious issues to address in Planning, Execution and Controls to secure successful deliveries. Apart from the glow chivalries of quick catches and wow-games; there is an inevitable need for the gray-hair managers; who are truly capable for setting up sustainable Agencies, Policies and Operations. The competences of Planning, Governance and Delivery are always the great assets to turn business perspectives into workable realities. This is always about bridging between Scope and Delivery; and merging both Purpose and Functionality, while securing integrity rather than correcting misspells. Quality is the tangible practice of perfect Governance.
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