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Understanding and documenting the connection between your project's Objectives and its Deliverables will help your team to understand how best to deliver value to customers and end-users.

To learn more about how to use this template and to view some examples of Objectives-and-Deliverables documentation, see these accompanying pages:

1Expected benefits , outcomes, improvements 
2Tangible outputs or products that will enable us to achieve the objectives
Objectives are listed in this column.Deliverables are listed in this column. Note that you may not have a 1-1 correspondence of one objective to one deliverable–for example, one deliverable may address several objectives.

1Objectives are identified in the Business Case and the Product Vision. Objectives should begin with a strong verb, e.g, Save time and resources by using automation. Do not confuse Objectives and Goals. Goals are more general and are identified in the Product Vision. Objectives are more particular and are about how to meet those Goals.

2Deliverables should result in at least one of the following Outcomes:

  • Increased efficiency 
  • Cost savings
  • Increased revenue
  • Value for the customer
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