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In step 3 of our guide you can download examples of trust structures based on design principles. Use them to think about how your trust structure might change according to the design principles you agreed in step 2.

Download examples of trust structures based on design principles

You'll have picked a topic to focus on from your review in step 1 and then agreed design principles in step 2. Use the design principles to inform any changes you need to make to your trust central team staffing structure. 

During this step, it's important to note that you don't have to change everything at once. You should consider the main areas of weakness in your structure and focus on solving these.

The following document gives examples of how a design principle can inform the structure of your trust. It also gives examples of how central team structures may change as your trust grows. 

Operating model review - example structures based on design principles

How your current structure serves each capability and process. For example, if you're delivering highly standard systems

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