|How an Organization within Cisco Systems, Inc. Aligned Improvement Initiatives with Company Goals and Objectives|
|Category:||Project Case Study|
|Presenter:||Alan Leeds (Y-Change) and Jenny Mildes (Cisco Systems)|
|Date/Time:||January 22, 2003
|Length of Session:||1 Hour|
|Target Audience:||Master Black Belts, Champions, Deployment Leaders, Senior Management|
|Description:||In today's business climate, companies are taking a closer look at Six Sigma and other improvement projects; demanding greater visibility, accountability and status reporting. Typical questions include:|
- How does this project link to department goals, objectives and initiatives?
- How can we ensure the project activity is getting the participation by, and concurrence with, the various departments, regions, business units, etc. that are affected?
- Is there overlap, duplication or possible synergistic connections between projects being undertaken in one area with those of another area?
- How can we efficiently provide "on-demand" visibility and reporting to the diverse set of stakeholders on the status and activities underway on a project, program, or initiative?
This presentation will demonstrate the methodology and tool used to integrate initiative and project management using a web-based application to align, communicate and report objectives, initiatives and project status throughout the organization.
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