Category Archives: Planning and Project Management

Below, you will see all the articles that have been published so far on this topic.

Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Analysis

A Stakeholder is any party who may have an interest in an organization’s activity or could be affected by its outcomes. Stakeholders can be any internal or external individuals, groups, departments, business units, or organizations. Examples of stakeholders for an organization are employees, customers, suppliers, competitors, shareholders, financial institutions, government agencies, and the media.

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Improvement Roadmap

Improvement Roadmap

Our long-term continuous improvement effort can be complicated and a never-ending journey. A map can always be helpful in such situations to find the destinations and plan the best routes. A business roadmap is a map that displays business-related information rather than natural geographical information. There are different types of business roadmaps including: product, marketing, project, customer experience, change, and improvement roadmaps (which we’ll cover in this article).

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Importance Urgency Matrix

Importance Urgency Matrix

“We live in a time pressured world where it is common to have multiple overlapping commitments that all require immediate attention now. Urgency is no long reserved for special occasions, they are an everyday occurrences. How can one manage the flood of responsibilities, do excellent work and maintain a positive frame of mind?” (Stephen Covey)

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Gap Analysis

Gap Analysis

A gap is a problem, issue or challenge, and could be an opportunity for improvement. Gap analysis compares two different states of something, the current state and the desired state. It is mainly used to assess where a company or process is today, where it needs to be in the future, and what needed to be there. Gap analysis is also known as need analysis or need assessment.

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