Phase IV: Activity 5: Transfer the Project
The PIT and the implementation team have been driving the process transformation to this point in the project. As we end Phase IV, the process needs to be developed to the point that it has a management and control system in place that is not part of the SPI project. This means that the organization’s standard infrastructure has to be ready and budgeted to accept the responsibilities for sustaining the gains and continuously improving the total performance of the new process. All too often the implementation team does a good job of installing the new process, but the team considers its job done once th...
- 6 Phase IV: Implementing the New Process and Phase V: Continuous Improvement
- from Streamlined Process Improvement
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill
- Released: July 2011
The final step in a process improvement project is to ensure that the process will be integrated into regular business operations and that improvements are maintained. In this selection learn what questions need to be addressed and what activities need to be completed to transfer the project to those responsible for its ongoing performance.
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