How to use Processes to deliver Project Results

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This is Deasún Ó Conchúir from Scatterwork, welcoming you from the Berner Oberland at Grindelwald to talk about a very simple topic:

We implement projects which are once off activities by using processes which are repetitive. The better the repetitive
processes, the easier it is to do the project.

Let’s take a private example: we go on holiday with the family, we go somewhere we haven’t been before, the dates are different, exactly how we get there is different, the weather is different and so on.

But the way that we do it is by using established processes, for example: we book flights – that’s something that a lot of people do so it’s fairly predictable.

If that process works properly, it makes it easier to organize our project.

In the business environment, the processes are the way our company works. Very often they’re not actually written down but people know from culture how things are supposed to happen so we use existing processes, things that go on within the company, but we select them and use them to carry out the project.

So that’s the basic idea that I wanted to share with you.

Thanks very much.

Dr. Deasún Ó Conchúir (pronounce) is a Collaboration Consultant at Scatterwork, which supports Project Solutions for Virtual Teams.

Email: deasun@scatterwork.com

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