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We understand the value of having a clear vision, accurate planning, and robust strategy. The Inception Phase is at the heart of every project we undertake. Here's why we stand out.
Our team comprises seasoned professionals with broad industry experience. Our knowledge allows us to navigate complex projects effectively, foreseeing potential challenges and ensuring smooth project progression.
We strive to minimize uncertainties through the Inception Phase, identifying and addressing potential risks. Our approach ensures the project stays on course and within budget, delivering the best value for your investment.
Transparency and open dialogue are vital in our process. We ensure regular updates and thorough explanations of our actions, keeping you in the loop every step of the way.
Our clients' success is our success. With numerous successful project inceptions under our belt, we have a proven track record of delivering satisfaction and value.
The upfront cost of inception is outweighed multiple times by the cost of potentially building the wrong thing. What’s the impact if we find out in 6 months that we need to start again? What if we could have identified and mitigated this risk during inception? We have ambitious deadlines – is it worth spending time just talking about what we want to do? You’re right: this is why we will only focus on the core questions we need answers to get the team started on delivery. The time needed will vary depending on the size of the challenge and can be broken into smaller workshops.
Inception is a lightweight set of activities to align on what we will achieve and how we will get there. It’s the minimum amount of work needed to set up the foundations for a proper delivery. We’ll look at people, processes, scope, technology, risks, dependencies, constraints etc.
Not entirely: inceptions aren’t a project phase but a set of activities we run before (and during) delivery. We only go so far with the detail because identifying everything upfront is risky, will affect our agility and likely result in rework. Is this needed? Our stakeholders are very busy. Inceptions help us protect your time in the long run. By spending this time upfront, we can reduce specific questions that will come your way throughout delivery. We’ll also need to understand the context around the requirements (what assumptions do we need to validate?) and agree on how we’ll work together: both core components of inception.
We are open to signing an NDA for you to feel safe in our pre-work conversations. However, once we start work, we will sign a binding mutual NDA along with our Statement of Work that will protect your idea and IP at all points. What happens if we don’t continue working with you on the project? At the end of each phase, we will handle you with a set of deliverables. Whether we continue the journey together or not, you will get documents that will help others pick up the work where we left. At all points, your idea and IP are secret to us, and by a binding agreement, it belongs to you.