Gulf of Evaluation

The gulf of evaluation refers to the difference between what is said and what is perceived, interpreted, or understood. As a result, intangible projects are often affected by this gulf. For example, what does DONE work look like?

Co-location, higher levels of stakeholder (e.g., customer) engagement, and early and frequent review, validation, and delivery of value can significantly reduce or avoid the gulf of evaluation.

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