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Best Practices for Managing BPI Projects by Yusuf Abudi, Gina Abudi

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DEVELOPING YOUR INITIAL PLAN TO GET STARTED

All too frequently, insufficient time is spent on the initial planning stages of business process improvement (BPI) projects. Often project managers move forward with starting the BPI project with no real plan in place stating how or where to begin. Other times project managers are forced to move forward because there is tremendous pressure from upper management to get started. Sufficient planning must be done in order to increase the chances of overall project success. More time spent in these early stages will reduce the chances of major problems occurring on the BPI project.

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