November 14, 2013 2 Comments
Co-written with Bryan Taylor, a consultant in Slalom’s Business Operations Management Practice. Bryan has 20+ years of experience helping companies use technology to become more strategic, productive, and cost-efficient.
“With many calculations, one can win; with few one cannot. How much less chance of victory has one who makes none at all! By this means, I examine the situation and the outcome will be clearly apparent.” —Sun Tzu
After months of hard work, the users are trained, the system is live, the bugs are fixed, and the system has been transitioned to support. The project is over, right? Well, almost. But for some companies that Slalom works with, project tracking does not end after project closure. Successful companies continue to make calculations after their projects have been implemented using a benefits realization framework. With this approach, they feel they have an even greater chance of victory for their next project. Read more of this post