Project Management for Performance Improvement Teams Paperback
by William S. (Managing Partner, Ruggles & Ruggles, New York City, NY) Ruggles, H. James (Harrington Associates, Los Gatos, California, USA) Harrington
Part of the Little Big Book Series series
Project Management for Performance Improvement Teams (or, PM4PITs, for short) provides practical guidance based on innovative concepts for project teams -- especially Performance Improvement Teams (PITs)-and their Project Managers on how to successfully complete individual projects and programs using an ingenious and scalable framework based on an innovative foundation fusing together elements of Project Management, Innovation Management, and Continual Improvement.
This book lays out how Project and Program Managers and their teams can "do those right projects the right way," one project at a time. It details what continual improvement, change, and innovation are, why they are so important, and how they apply to performance improvement-both incremental and transformative.
The authors examine the four types of work and workforce management in organizations, Strategic, Operations, Projects, and Crises, using four common comparative variables: Proactive/Preventive versus Reactive/Corrective, Temporary/Unique versus Ongoing/Repetitive, Innovative versus Maintaining the Status Quo, and Schedule Focus: Fiscal Year versus Short Term versus Long Term.
These comparisons set the stage for the uniqueness of the third type: Projects (and Programs) that are fundamentally change-driven.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 185 pages, 80 Line drawings, black and white; 10 Halftones, black and white; 90 Illustrations, black
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
- Publication Date: 20/03/2018
- Category: Project management
- ISBN: 9781466572553