Improving process performance. Accelerating business innovation.
Many performance improvement initiatives fail to achieve their expected results, not because of flawed designs, but from poor implemention planning and execution. Some teams underestimate scope, time, or resources. Others miss critical dependencies or wait too long to engage stakeholders. But, with careful planning, these risks can be minimized.
Increase in the speed and probability of delivering expected benefits. Better team understanding of the scope, dependencies, and sequence of change activities. Early planning for communication, organizational change, and execution. Better senior management knowledge of what to expect, where the risks lie, and how to mitigate them.