We hear it all too often: “We invested a lot of time and money implementing a performance improvement program. We adopted a methodology, trained all our managers, identified opportunities for improvement, selected projects, and assembled project teams. But within months, most of the teams fizzled out, and the ones that actually completed their projects were never able to sustain the improvements.” Sadly, performance improvement programs fail more often than anyone would like, and they fail for a variety of reasons. In this whitepaper, we tell you why … and what you can do to prevent it from happening to you.
What You’ll Learn
- How management support can make or break your performance improvement program.
- How to select the right projects, the right people, and the right methodologies.
- How to define roles and responsibilities to achieve successful projects.
- The importance of understanding and defining project scope.
- The hidden secret of using “must” and “want” criteria to evaluate projects.
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