- The Improvement Strategy - Vision
- The Improvement Strategy - Objectives
- The Improvement Strategy - Measures
- Involving the right people
- Project and programme management
- Identify solutions
- Plan your actions
- Try out actions
- Evaluate the results of the actions
- Modify the actions
- Implement and spread amended approach
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Plan your actions
How to achieve the improvement
Having identified the scope of your project and defined its boundaries, the team will need to consider how your improvement plan will be delivered.
Adopting a project management approach will allow the team to identify and assign tasks to deliver the project. The team will need to identify:
- Who will be required to deliver the improvement
- What are the tasks that need to be delivered
- Where do these tasks need to be undertaken
- When will the tasks be completed
It is helpful when defining the actions to be undertaken to have these written out as part of the project plan and signed off by the project team in order to clarify expectations of what the project will deliver.
Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) is an effective tool to try out change on a smaller scale before refining and further implementation.