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“I had a programming background and needed to see the bigger picture in the health care organization where I was working. Shelley's teaching was very good, she was approachable, and had a wealth of stories that I could benefit from.

I got really pumped up from the class. I realized that I needed to get more information up front to build improved processes. I had a new way of identifying roadblocks in processes and had methods to redesign processes to make them more effective. I saw that I had to take responsibility for influencing improvements vs. depending on others. In just three days after I got back to the office, I identified why an installation project had been floundering for several months, took action, and moved the project along!”

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Information Technology
St. John Health System

 

Use Projects to Launch High Quality Global Products (part 2)

Guest Blog

By Helen S. Cooke, InfoWorks

Cost Efficiency

Now that your project is well scoped (in part 1), and you can define success, it’s time to consider cost efficiency and the timing for major expenses. It’s important to remember that shaping quality at the beginning of a project is cheaper than switching approaches […]

Use Projects to Launch High Quality Global Products - Part 1

Guest Blog

By Helen S. Cooke , InfoWorks

Use Project Management to Deliver Quality

You’ve started a new project. Your objective is to successfully create and internationally launch a new high quality product for your company. But, you’re stuck, because you are not sure you know how to ensure success across countries or how […]