The current planned sequence of delivery of any of the steps should be reconsidered After each Evo-Step has actually been delivered, and the feedback has been analyzed. Many factors, internal and external, can cause a re-sequencing of steps and/or the insertion of previously unplanned additional step(s) and/or the deletion of some step(s).
It is the identification of the next Evo-Step for delivery that should be our focus for detailed practical Planning. After all, at an extreme, the other planned steps may never be implemented in practice.
2. An Impact-Estimation-Table may be included in an Evo-Plan. Such a table would hold the estimates for the Impacts of each of the Evo-Steps, and the feedback After delivery of each of the Evo-Steps. The progress made could then be tracked against the Evo-Plan.
3. An individual Evo-Step can be ‘rolled out’ across a System. That is, the Design-Ideas making up the Evo-Step are developed,. Then production and delivery is repeated over several Evo-Steps; with delivery to different parts of the System for each step. In such cases, the Evo-Plan is likely to be the place where the details of the Impacts of the repetition of step delivery are held.
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