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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

 

How Does Your Shared Service Center Work? An Interview with a Shared Services Director

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What was the original purpose for establishing a Shared Services group?

The Head of HR for the organization was a strong proponent of Shared Services and there was also a company wide focus on operational efficiency and safety. When we began we focused on two HR processes that we wanted to centralize and standardize and […]

When Should Organizational Change Management Start Part 2

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Now let’s take these frameworks and relate them to the stages of a BPI effort. (Part 1 of this blog looked at the change journey from a personal standpoint.)

A BPI project begins with working with the Executive Sponsor, Process Owner, Project Lead, and BPM Facilitator to develop a charter that will […]

When Should Organizational Change Management Start? Part 1

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So often I see organizational change management as a part of the implementation plan for putting the recommendations and new design of a Business Process Improvement project (BPI) into operation in a company. It should be there, but it needs to start sooo much earlier. In fact it needs to start with the first phase […]