Management Fix: Process Improvement Initiatives Definition and Implementation

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This week’s “Process Improvement Initiatives Definition and Implementation” is one of the most important solutions to keep in mind.
By definition, Business Process Improvement is a singular initiative or project to improve the alignment and performance of a particular process with the organizational strategy and customer expectations. BPI includes the selection, analysis, design, and implementation of the (improved) process.

Using process improvement is like taking to an overgrown tree or bush and cutting off all the unnecessary growth and giving a better shape to grow and maintain aesthetics. Process improvement identifies process parts and the functional talents that could be groomed further — or filtered out — to enhance process quality. (additional resource at

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This MngtFix has been mentioned in relation to a number of MngtBugs such as…
“Organizational Silos”,
“Blocked/Hindered Operation”,
“Quality Slippage”,
“Lack of People Motivation”,
“Lack of Roles and Ownership Definition”,
and of course “Lack of Process Improvement”!

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Eduardo Espinheira is a Consultant, Facilitator, Manager, Public Speaker, Creator of the Management Bugs&Fixes and the Machiavellian PM Stories