Once you decide to make a process improvement it can be quite a daunting prospect. Many people are unsure about where to start and how to manage the change process. If you are planning more than one improvement process change across the organisation this can make the scale of the challenge even more intimidating.
For complex, or wide ranging improvement activity, which involves a number of people from different departments it’s even more important to have a clear plan from the outset. We can work with you and guide you through this planning stage.
There are a number of areas that need consideration:
- What are the key objectives?
- Who is the project leader?
- Who else should be involved?
- What are the timescales?
- What are the key deliverables?
- How will success be measured?
The improvement process will involve a number of steps or activities that need to be followed by the whole team. For complex or wide-ranging improvement activity, which involves a work-team or a project group, it’s important you work to a plan to ensure the project meets its intended outcomes.
The plan should also capture success measures, dependencies, risks, issues and lessons learned. These help to proactively manage the project and the learning from these helps future improvement projects get off to a better start.
When we support organisations with planning an improvement process we ensure that the approach we take can be easily understood and the learning is transferred to the internal team. This allows them to tackle the next improvement process with confidence. Plus they have the ability to use the range of tools that gives them the best outcomes.
We work with organisations based in the East Midlands including Nottingham, Derby, Leicester and Lincolnshire.
If you are interested in finding out more about how we can work with you then please contact us directly on 07824 660 120 or email email@example.com