Excerpt from: Gaining clarity: how process scoping fuels simplicity
If you were to write a process for grocery shopping, what would it look like? Would it be simple to understand and use? Would it be helpful? Take a moment to think about it.
Perhaps you are already thinking about specific conditions. Things like: What items are on the list? What grocery store (or stores) will you need to visit to get those specific items? What day or time of day will you be going? What is your budget? Now, admittedly, I am not an expert at grocery shopping, so this list of conditions might be much longer. The point is, as simple and straightforward as “grocery shopping” may sound, the content and complexity of that process is greatly dependent upon specific conditions to be included in it....
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