Furnish hard data and concrete examples to prove your points. Avoid generalizations or superlatives.
Provide a clear explanation of expected results.
Ask the hard questions: "If this is not going to work, why? What can we do to make it work? How would that occur?"
Provide feedback and measurable ways of demonstrating results. If something is important, it should be measured, described and documented.
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