Lessons from Blair’s years of delivery

new shiny standardised IT-dominated factory processes fail to absorb the variety of customer demand; in other words it becomes hard for customers to get what they want. When customers can’t get what they want they return, especially for public services about which they have no choice, until they do get what they want. I call this ‘Failure Demand’ (demand caused by a failure to do something or do something right for the customer). It represents a massive cost, failure demand can run as high as 80% of all customer demand in industrialised shared services projects, locking in costs for many years

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