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13 Jan 2011
Did you know that a new Business Improvement Package Community of Practice (COP) has recently been launched?
The new COP (a sub-COP on the Efficiency Exchange) has been created from the popular BIP website. Its purpose is to provide users with an integrated package of improvement tools to support business transformation programmes including shared services. As one would expect project and programme management is an integral part of the package as is change management.
It's a desktop guide that takes a practitioner end to end from developing a vision to building a business case, to implementation and evaluation. The generic process is supported throughout with practical resources and case studies which demonstrate a strong record of delivery in the sector. There are also some particularly useful resources related to understanding customer preference, process mapping and transaction costs.
This resource has been moved to a COP to bring it to a wider audience of professionals including P3M managers who are likely to find it very useful. It has been widely used already by programme and project managers from the public and private sector. Another major benefit is that the COP allows users to comment and rate the material, pose questions to others and upload new materials to keep this excellent resource fresh and in focus.
You can access the Business Improvement Package COP using the link below, it's a great place to post your thoughts on the resource, good or bad, whether it's new to you or if you're a seasoned BIP user.
Join the Business Improvement Packagae COP at: