Your Awesome Project
When we begin your project, you can expect a full-scope evaluation of the objectives, roles, responsibilities, tasks, and end-state measures. Your project will have clearly defined and established expectations, so everyone understands the planned path forward. You will also receive other design specifications and planning tools to help you avoid potential risks and capture desired rewards.
Understand the project scope. Project designs includes all of those features and options the client requests, as well as documentation on how the project will move forward and those roles and responsibilities of all parties.
See the entire project timeline. All parties will understand the timelines as well as deliverable information and tasks needed at each milestone. Management plays a key role here to ensure all deadlines are met to keep the project on course.
Know the who, why, what, when, & how of your organization. By understanding who does what for whom, all parties can see inefficiencies in the current organizational structure. Change is easier to implement when there are no secrets about what really happens in business processes.
Continuous Process Improvement
Idealize the Value Stream Map. In an ideal world, how should the organzation be structured? Is this a "process" problem or a "software" problem? Will training help the organization or does the group need a structured set of rules to use the software and systems already on hand?
New Systems and Software Planning
Research viable alternatives where needed. When change is needed, what systems, programs, applciations, or governing rules make sense? In most circumstances, this also inccludes a risk analysis of not only using new systems, but also managing the change between the old and new system.
Forecast how to implement and manage change. When change is needed, you need an effective program manager to implement the plan that management approves. Constant reporting and up-to-date milestone tracking ensures all parties meet or exceed their stated goals during the transition.