When the end of a project is coming up it is useful to reflect on the planned end point.
Many projects get to a specified completion point and the learning that has taken place over the course of the project has not been re-invested and the plan has not been revised. By changing the end point by even the smallest amount you can end up with a far more effective project.
Whether this is converting all of the learning into new policies and procedures or communicating with other project teams about what you discovered reviewing the end point can have significant benefits.
Look at the current planned end point and ask yourself "is this still the right end point, or do I want something different now?"
Smartspeed Consulting Limited
'For When Results Matter'
Another weeks passes and another example of unnecessary fire fighting demonstrated by a business I have been to help. If you have this takin...
Do you find that your Kaizen improvements don't always go to plan? If you do, then you're with the majority! Whilst there is great d...
I have recently finished working with a team that were struggling. They were struggling to meet their production schedules. They were strugg...