Potential Areas for Process Improvement

Quick Tip

Why is process improvement so difficult sometimes? Shouldn’t it be easy to recognize the best way to restructure or reengineer a process? No, it can be challenging to determine the best approach and know how to get started. Fortunately, there are several common problems that can exist in any process. We put our experts’ heads together to compile a list of these potential areas that should be examined when working on a process improvement project. For more help streamlining your process improvement efforts, see our Business Process Analysis course.

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Requirements Gathering

Techniques to improve your elicitiation efforts.

Right Project Solution

Ensure you’re delivering the “right” project solution.

Transition to Agile

Make the transition from waterfall smooth.

Context Level Data Flow Diagram

Leverage this diagram throughout your project’s lifecycle.

High Performing Team

Ideas on how to create your high performing team.

Remote Facilitation

Adequately prepare and setup your remote session.

First Questions to Ask

List of potential questions to ask when starting a project.

User Training & Project Implementation

Implement your project in a manner that encourages user acceptance.

Stakeholder Engagement

Get the right people engaged at the right time.

Definition of Done

Determine when you’re done with a project or iteration.

Prioritize Requirements

Make the most of your stakeholders’ time and organization’s resources.

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