Bridging the Gap Between Requirements Engineering Process Definition and Successful Iterative Roll-out: Dr. Deming was right, Plan, Do, Study, Act Introducing improvements to working practice is difficult. Change programmes fail because leaders mistakenly see the change to be a purely technical challenge. We use Deming to organise the learning: • PLAN which step are we going to take next, • DO with support, the step is performed. • STUDY did all go as hoped? • ACT Learn from good and bad experience. People can successfully take each small step.
Target Audience: Requirements Engineers, Project Managers, Leaders
You will learn:
• the need to break organisational change into manageable parts
• the need to place people as the most important element of change
Through years of introducing change in organisations, we have seen the advantages and success that comes with breaking the task into manageable steps. We have also seen disasters where leaders ignore the psychological needs of the people that need to change their working practices.