Whether just starting a process improvement effort or addressing
the findings from a formal process appraisal, organizational
improvement efforts must be planned. These improvement efforts
should be planned just as a good project should be planned:
goals defined, activities identified, resources specified, schedules
calculated, end products defined, and progress tracked and reported.
While many organizations are accustom to planning software projects
through design, code, test, and delivery, they are not accustom to
planning improvement efforts.
Action planning assistance from Sensible Process provides a
structured approach that leads the organization's improvement team
through the planning process. This service is conducted in workshop
form, combining short lectures with exercises designed to begin the
actual improvement action plan. The level of the service requested
dictates how much of the action plan is completed during the
workshop and how much will be left to the organization's improvement
team to complete on their own.
To have Sensible Process provide the Action Planning for Process
Improvement service to your organization, contact Sensible