Continuous Improvement for Projects (CIP) (Questions/Doubts (Francosie:…
Continuous Improvement for Projects (CIP)
Project team is willing to improve
Project has been running for more than XXXXXXX months
Project will finish in more than XXXXXX months
Project budget is over XXXXXXX
Interviews: to identify initial list of issues, identify initial list of solutions, train participants in the use of Jira-Tip
Root Cause Analysis and categorisation in tracks
Identification, prioritisation and deployment of track 1 solutions
Track 2, 3.....
Elaboration, dissemination and signing of the Continuous Improvement Project Charter
List of participants
Minimim % of dedication to the project during the next XXX months
Identification of project sponsor
How to make early improvements visible - talk to Victor on WL project follow-up systems
Target Project Margin is............ the one approved in rainbow process or a different one like for instance any one above the forecasted profit margin in a given moment??
Agreeing with the reward
Continuous Improvement Charter
Participants committ to cooperate with CI team to identify issues and solutions
Participants will contribute to the implementation of the agreed solutions as per the Tactical Implementation Plan (TIP)
Objective is to improve overall project performance
How to calculate the profit sharing amount
Projects Onboarding Process
What happens if one project is overperforming and applies to the initiative?
What does extra productivity mean?
All the participant have the same potential benefit?
List of contracts over 500k detailing start date, planned end-date, TCV, project margin (rainbow), project margin (latest data), contract manager, number of people staffed to the project, division holding the contract, geographies within scope
How to ensure that quality does to decrease? Can we even measure it?
List of contracts already optimised including the info below
Contract pipeline and planning
Description of methodologies used
Excel used to follow-up the inititiative and for reporting
Increase the performance of our key projects by leveraging on 1) a win-win profit-sharing mechanism in which employees get 50% of the extra productivity achieved and 2) the know-how of our lean initiative.
During the first 4 months the project will set the performance target and elaborate and start implementing the improvement plan.
The next 8 months will be devoted to implement the remaining actions and nurture the plan with additional continuous improvement actions.
After 12 months, the project will set a new performance target.
CIP will not bring additional overheads to the projects as the initiative will make use of the follow-up mechanisms already in place
First and second class projects
Participants manipulate time-booking