Implementing Approved Recommendations

The single largest factor in the failure of most CPI programs is the failure to recognize that the implementation and execution phase must be about meeting stakeholder expectations and making certain the program delivers its intended results over the long-term. It is important to realize that a program of any magnitude must generate incremental benefit that is directly aligned and tied to the initial set of requirements of the program.

There are four critical mainstays to the execution of a successful CPI program:

  • Project Management
  • Change Management
  • Risk Management
  • Performance Management

Call MainStream today. We will help you ensure that your CPI program goals are properly aligned with stakeholder expectations.