An extreme focus on enhance collaboration across the project organisation and on reducing the level of uncertainty through effective risk management
An extreme focus on enhance collaboration across the project organisation and on reducing the level of uncertainty through effective risk management.
The big why
The project was initiated by Corporate Procurement as part of an overall program to minimize raw materials dependencies and hence the overall risk of production related to raw materials.
The main aim of the Coloplast pilot project is to eliminate the need for re-planning and repeated production testing. The goal is to reduce the uncertainties regarding risks, delivery time and use of resources in this project compared to similar projects from the Supply Value Stream department.
The two key challenges that the Half Double methodology were to help the project overcome were
Multi-site using a combination of project room and virtual engagement of remote stakeholders
High core team allocation in conjunction with less allocated key stakeholders
Maintain high participation in key events by stakeholders with low allocationLeadership
The pulse check is a questionnaire which we send out once a month to the project team and key stakeholders to measure and document the effect of the methodology and make the necessary adjustments that will contribute to the learning and progress of the project. Below, an extract of the results of the current month is shown. The score ranges from 1 (disagree) to 5 (fully agree).
Are you confident that your current work is creating benefits for the project?
Do we deliver and collaborate effectively in the project?
Are you getting the support and feedback you need from the other project participants?
Are we dealing efficiently with emerging risks and challenges?
Overall, are you convinced that this project is executed more effectively and with more focus on impact than other projects you have been part of?