Delivering value from your customer’s perspective, cutting down waste, and continuously improving help
project managers increase their project efficiency and enable them to deliver more with less
In a nutshell, identifying value means working to deliver what your customers need instead of what they
simply asked for. The value you are producing is inherited in the customers’ problem or pain.
As next, the focus is on ensuring the project can flow smoothly, without interruptions, blockages, or waiting times through your system. In other words, to achieve continuous workflow in your project. However, to make this happen, first, you need to eliminate the waste activities from your process.
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A pull system is characterized by work entering the workflow only when there is a demand for it. No work item is being started before there is an actual need for it. The focus is on delivering what the customer wants when she wants it. This way, a pull system avoids building up waste during your project and supports its efficiency and predictability
Integrating continuous improvement efforts into your projects, you will transform your organization into a
continuous learning system. This way also the optimization of the team performance will be seen as a
continuous effort. Further on, with continuous improvement efforts, you ensure build-in project quality, as
improving your team performance positively impacts your projects’ performance.