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“Shelley gave structure to the process team, guiding us and providing tools, so that we were more productive during the mapping and analysis of the current process and redesigning the new process.

The new process, the Abovehealth Modular Implementation, is a repeatable process with discipline and specific tools for each phase. We expect that the new sequence modular approach will not only reduce cycle time and rework, but be a real differentiator for us in the marketplace.”

Terri SenRoy
Director, Quality Assurance (former)
AboveHealth

 

Structured Onboarding Means Faster Revenue: Case Example

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As interest in big data and analytics grew, this company (now mid-sized) started to grow dramatically. They were hiring 10% more people a quarter, sales were strong, and the company was planning to go public. But product releases were erratic—sometimes every three months, other times only once a year. Then the CEO started to run […]

How do you get healthcare employees to embed continuous improvement in their everyday work life? Part 2

Guest Blog

Guest Blog

By Mary Grace Gardner, Director of Strategy and Performance Improvement in the San Francisco Bay Area.

What do the following three things have in common: dropping a ping pong ball either into a bucket that says ‘yes’ or ‘no’ at the end of day, checking whether wearing a bright yellow sash during medication […]

How do you get healthcare employees to embed continuous improvement in their everyday work life? Part 1

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Guest Blog

By Mary Grace Gardner, Director of Strategy and Performance Improvement in the San Francisco Bay Area.

What do the following three things have in common: dropping a ping pong ball either into a bucket that says ‘yes’ or ‘no’ at the end of day, checking whether wearing a bright yellow sash during medication […]

Only Strategic Projects Get Resourced: Case Study

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This mid-sized B2C has a strong CEO with clear values. The number one value is that whatever the company does must benefit the customer. The CEO defines the vision and strategy and he and the execs turn the strategies into projects. They know there are only a small number of projects they can work on. […]

Daily Management - Hard for Heros

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In the U.S. culture (and many other cultures), we do process improvement through projects; we introduce new products (cars, technology, pharmaceuticals) through projects. Daily management – or making improvements every day and monitoring data every day for triggers is not our normal way of operating in the BPM space. In a culture of cowboys and […]