Ever come across an idea which sounds amazing? It’s a new project which you think will do wonders for your company. You like it a great deal and you want to pursue it but you have to take the permission of your seniors. However, when you approach your senior that is the time when it all crumbles to dust because you cannot answer the questions which are being thrown at you? He asks you that if your project is compatible with the technology which is used by the team, or if your project is commercially viable. Also how it will affect the ongoing work of your team and the company. These are questions which will come to you and you will have to know what to answer or else you can say quit your great idea.
It may seem like a daunting task to present an idea to your seniors and make them like it but it is not that hard and once you get to know the key process of pitching such an idea you will realize why. This is where the TELOS framework comes in. The TELOS framework is a process which includes five steps and will show you how to tackle such questions and make sure your idea gets approved for execution.
What are the basic elements of TELOS?
James A. Hall is the person who framed the idea of TELOS framework in 2007 and showed how great it can be on the basis of feasibility study. Once you use this framework you can actually improve the design and plan of a project and give it more appeal and success. Also this framework allows you to recognize projects which are flawed without advancing any time and effort into them. This means that you will no longer have to work on a project and later on find it go down the drain because of flaws in any areas. The TELOS acronym covers five key aspects and it is through the study of these aspects that you will find if your idea is sound.