So it has just four parts:
Harvest – Pull together knowledge which already exists and add it into your model. Once your model contains known useful stuff, then new model users can see things they recognise and start to trust it.
Model – Use the power of shared, rich models to spot the gaps, overlaps and inconsistencies in what’s happening. Look at possible futures and evaluate them.
Engage – Models can create the opportunity to engage with stakeholders in new ways, to get them to contribute their knowledge, and participate in the solution. But there’s more to it than ‘let them see the model’ or ‘send them a document’.
Deliver – Models help you drive a project or business forward, by producing higher quality deliverables faster. Because this is the objective of all of the items above, this is where we will start.