Experience shows and research indicates that
projects succeed because people:
- Communicated in a more clear and consistent manner
- Clarified objectives earlier, and
- Involved stakeholders better
People failed to communicate in a clear and consistent manner
34% of workplace problems
Managing Projects Well
Project failure because people didn't matter.
Cost of Quality
Communicate clearly and concisely where the waste is to upper
management; cut waste and rework by looking at the work, its
progression through the workbench. Make a major individual
improvement in quality.
People failed to clarify objectives earlier
Another 34% of workplace problems
Two-thirds of all system defects traced to incomplete, inaccurate,
or missing requirements, nice if your team got information
right to begin with.
We've been taught to focus on a goal and forge ahead. Now,
it's especially important to keep multiple options open, especially
the “unlikely” ones.
Assess your teams' problem solving abilities and strategies.
Create clear and exact standards for your teams' ability to think
critically. Provide them with a practical, usable, and quick
system to think critically.
People failed to involve stakeholders