A Fresh Look at Improving Your Work Environment: Using Project Management Principles
Companies that want results need to ensure that every task an employee performs adds value to the organization. That requires a close examination of why expectations aren’t being met in order to improve processes.
It’s time to take a head-on approach to issues that prevent companies from hitting performance targets. You’ll take a fresh look at the most common issues that hurt companies and learn how to
• properly incorporate planning into the work process
• track the costs of defects and repairs when determining project costs
• form teams with a clear mission and the authority to complete tasks
• work toward a common goal instead of working against each other
Break down complex project methodology into principles that are easy to understand and that actually work. Multiple exercises reinforce principles and best practices that can be applied to diverse situations.
Examine the important factors that are hurting results at your organization, and start focusing on adding value with A Fresh Look at Improving Your Work Environment.
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