Steve Jenner, an expert on benefits, expresses concerns about the prevalent frameworks in use. He observes that a vast majority of the frameworks seem to be reiterations of previous ones, often resembling each other in content and approach. They seem to be developed in isolation, borrowing heavily from past frameworks, making them appear generic and redundant. Jenner emphasizes the need for specificity over generic content. Instead of just borrowing, he suggests removing generic elements and focusing on developing specific, tailored content. He promotes an iterative development process, suggesting that sections of the framework be left blank initially and filled over time. Crucially, Jenner highlights the importance of co-designing these frameworks in collaboration with a diverse group of stakeholders, ensuring that the resulting product is both comprehensive and relevant.