If you are a project sponsor or project manager, you know how important project schedules, budgets, and stakeholder satisfaction are for project success. But there are other, maybe more important, variables that are essential for monitoring a project’s health. The DICE framework helps you measure four variables that are statistically significant for project success or failure.
In my role as Program Director, I’ve worked with many organizations looking for how to best roll out an effective continuous improvement program. There is no one right way because every organization is different. There are a few roadmaps that tend to create successful outcomes and satisfy the needs of many different organizations.
Process maps can be a valuable tool for your team to better organize process, improve communication, and achieve goals. This article dives into how you can build a high-level process map, what you should consider when creating it, best practices, and how to make the most of the information found once it is complete.
Over the last 76 years, hundreds of organizations have trusted us to help them identify and solve the complex business challenges that are preventing their organizations from reaching its full potential. Through a blend of development programs, coaching, assessments, and consulting services, our team partners with you and your organization to ensure you’re solving the challenges that are having the most significant impact on your organization. One of our partners, Quartz Health Solutions has used continuous improvement programming to engage employees, increase quality scores, and save millions of dollars.
Partnership between leading building materials distributor and the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development leverages technology and virtual learning .
Disruption reveals where there are process problems, but data can help you diagnose those problems and make strategic decisions to work toward corrective action.
Any process improvement initiative starts with understanding how much time you have and how many people are involved. Watch this webinar recording to learn the main differences between Lean and Six Sigma methodology.
Ryan Johnsen is a CPED community member and a senior business systems specialist at American Family Insurance Group.
CPED instructor Scott Converse offers three tips to help make your next group problem-solving session more valuable.
In order to get high effective business results, solutions need to be technically robust, based on sound reasoning, and leverage existing technology, data, and proven project methodologies.