What to look for in frameworks and their providers

  1. An explicit starting point tailored for your organization.
  2. A statement of objectives for each part of the organization that allows for making local decisions in the global context.
  3. A support system to help you with challenges that arise so you need not reinvent the wheel
  4. A method of improving over time so you need not transcend the framework.
  5. A systems approach in guiding the adoption of the framework. This includes how to talk to the different roles in the organization.
  6. An increasing number of practices from which to choose without adding complexity to the framework

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