In a good project, there is priority

Our experienced trainer and consultant, Master Black Belt, Joris van Solt discusses ten relevant criteria for a good project in a series of blogs. In any case, the advice to participants in our Lean Green Belt, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Lean Black Belt and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training courses is to already choose a project to take on during the training.

In the previous article , I promised to explain the 10 points of a good project. Below is the third point:


In a good project, there is priority

To bring a project to fruition, a project needs priority. If there are too many projects going on at once or too much work to be done, team members don’t have time for the project. Only the most important projects, the priorities, get time and attention. so the best thing you can do is to make sure that the number of projects going on at the same time is limited. Then it is clear to everyone what the priority is.

The difficulty of prioritizing lies in naming the non-important tasks and projects. Like writing, prioritizing projects is thus deleting projects that are not going to be implemented now


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