It's an interesting idea that everything can be built virtually; and from a correlated and aligned set of data metrics many compositions can carry an equivalent and baselined interpolation.
We found within our research that variable rate demand is a helpful way to arrange an agile product offering and to develop a progression that can be used for both projects and production.
The idea of interpolation is as simple as regression, but developing KPI's, a balanced Scorecard, and models that can project the value of the project or production is a much better developing tool on the metric level than it is on the aggregate basis or book basis. The two are very reconcilable at the Portfolio level and we have been demonstrating that for several years now.
It really comes down to understanding the cube, and the more we work with the cube the more we recognize there are innumerable solutions to developing workable concepts and considering projects on both an agile and adaptive basis.
Conversion can be viewed from many different avenues, so that the idea that business could be arranged more successfully with different assembly arrangements came about from studying these virtual compositions.
We develop metric models and look at ways to develop business processes that meet today's needs.
We've done a lot of work in Scoping the Requirements for a Quantum Cube here:
The New Virtual: Quantum Emulation
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