Too Important to Fail: How to Ensure Improvement Projects Drive Sustained Success

In doing so, she will provide insights on how to ensure these three elements are in place and why they are critical to insuring long-term success:
• Readiness assessment – Don’t invest in a project the organization is not ready to implement, own, and operate.
• Governance structure – Put in place a process for raising issues to senior leadership when problems threaten timely implementation and successful operation.
• Wellness checks – After implementation, create an assessment and reporting system to ensure sustained results even when people and leaders change jobs.

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In this presentation, our expert will share her industrial experience as a leader of improvement projects. She will provide insight on how to ensure that high-investment projects drive sustained success.
 
In doing so, she will provide insights on how to ensure these three elements are in place and why they are critical to insuring long-term success:
• Readiness assessment – Don’t invest in a project the organization is not ready to implement, own, and operate.
• Governance structure – Put in place a process for raising issues to senior leadership when problems threaten timely implementation and successful operation.
• Wellness checks – After implementation, create an assessment and reporting system to ensure sustained results even when people and leaders change jobs.
 

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