Best Practices for Managing BPI Projects
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"... this book is very well put together from the start to the end and gives easy to understand illustrations and examples. It not only highlights the challenges and road blocks while planning and executing your project work, but gives you the well proven and best utilized tools and tricks showing how to implement them in your projects. Best Practices for Managing BPI Projects is a great reference book that should be on every project manager's bookshelf. It is equally useful for all levels of a project team: a senior executive, a seasoned and experienced project manager, or someone just starting a career in the project management field."
--Patrick James, MBA, PMP (The full review can be seen in the PM World Journal, July 2015 edition)
While there are numerous project management books on the market and a number on business processes and initiatives, there has been a lack of comprehensive guides to successfully manage business process improvement (BPI) projects, until now.
BPI projects are some of the most difficult and challenging to manage. Improving results for the business is not an easy task! Doing so requires understanding the vision and long-term goals of an organization. It also requires the ability to engage stakeholders and manage change. Best Practices for Managing BPI Projects is a guide for project managers who want to improve how they manage BPI projects. Using a simple step-by-step, six-phase approach, project managers and others involved in BPI initiatives will increase their confidence and their effectiveness in managing the complexities of business process improvement projects. Special focus is given to the necessary leadership skills required to be successful in driving change by improving processes within an organization to improve business results.
--Presents a variety of best practices for engaging stakeholders, driving participation, and managing BPI projects regardless of their complexity
--Details a step-by-step, six-phase approach to managing BPI projects effectively and successfully
--Shows how to enable and support continuous evaluation best practices to make process improvement a part of the culture of the organization
--Includes a focus on the people side of change management as well as how to engage and manage virtual BPI project teams
--WAV offers a variety of relevant downloadable questionnaires, surveys, and templates, as well as a threaded case study showing the concepts applied to a real-life projectavailable from the Web Added ValueTM Download Resource Center at www.jrosspub.com
|Sold By||J. Ross Publishing|
|Number of Pages||329|