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Getting Buy-In for a Large Project - Part 2 of 3

Use Your Influencing Skills

Read Part 1 of this mini case study.

In this second part of the case study, we’ll explore how Alison got back on track to get her peers on board with an initiative to undertake a 360 assessment in order to develop a strategic plan for learning and development.

Alison Reflected […]

Getting Buy-In for a Large Project - A Mini Case Study

Use Your Influencing Skills

If you want to get buy-in for a large project, you must influence others to support you. Regardless of your role in the organization – leader or not – influencing skills enables you to get buy-in for projects you need to launch. This 3-part mini case study will focus on the […]

Best Practices for Creating the BPI Project Charter

Project Charter

Develop a document that will help you manage your BPI project!

Creating a project charter for your business process improvement (BPI) projects are a best practice for a number of reasons:

Enables you to get your “head” around the scope of the BPI project Enables for clarification of BPI project needs/expectations Ensures a link between […]

Get Input into Business Process Improvement Projects

And Get Your Employees Engaged in the Initiative!

Reaching out to employees to get input into business process improvement projects enables for a number of benefits for both the organization and the employees. Consider that business process improvement projects are not easy to implement! Even what appears to be a simple initiative – involving only […]

A Team Leader’s Challenge: Leading through the Four Stages of Team Development - Lessons Learned

lessons learned

Lessons Learned in Team Development – Part 5 of 5

Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 of this case study.

The project came to a close after 19 months – a bit over schedule but within budget. There were a number of issues that did arise over that time, of course. […]