Reaching no result proves that actions are inefficient, ineffective, meaningless or flawed.
|impact||positive (+)||neutral (0)||negative (-)|
|credibility||confirmed / verified||unknown||denied / falsified|
|sensitivity||public / open||unclassified||classified / secret|
|accuracy||accurate / true||undefined / null||inaccurate / false|
|relevance||important||normal||neglectable / meaningless|
In many cases the following formula is used:
A product, service or activity can be delivered with a high (technical) quality, but if the acceptance is small, the end-result is also small. This formula is commonly used to explain junior technical engineers that more needs to be done to reach a (project) target than just implement a good technical solution. The acceptance in the formula is most of the time increased by involving end-users/customers in the specification of the targets and assigning end-user-tests to them.