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Corporate Staff & Leadership
In a Leadership role at the plant or as part of the corporate headquarters team, you typically are accountable for improving production performance involving asset reliability. Your responsibility is the bigger picture: using your organization’s data to lead and improve overall process and performance.
“Flavor of the month” project: your organization requires a change in process to enhance productivity, but the change is typically short-lived and ineffective and the project ultimately fails to meet its goals. As a result, the organization moves on to yet another strategy, wasting time and resources in the process.
In order to properly begin to implement a major change at your organization, you must first understand and identify the project risk. GPAllied defines project risk as anything that will adversely affect time, cost, quality, and the return on investment in the business case for change. The GPAllied change management approach identifies and quantifies risk in two dimensions:
- The organization’s readiness for change based on past performance and current skills; and
- The complexity of change based on the scope of functional change and culture change required. This risk assessment drives the level of leadership alignment and change management mitigating actions that will ensure a successful project.
GPAllied provides public training in change management and leadership that will help you understand ‘why’ and give you the methodology and tools to accelerate change and achieve a high likelihood of success.