Projects can be quite complicated and we should ensure that everything is working smoothly. We need to make sure that there’s proper communication between team members. If necessary, we should have informal communication to ensure that everything is delivered properly. Any tunnel vision syndrome should be removed whenever possible, because it can have an impact on the overall analysis in the field condition. If one team is using newer tool or software, other teams must be notified to ensure that compatibility is still maintained. We should also remove any kind of integration issue and it can be addressed in an isolated fashion. In a highly integrated system, it is better to isolate a problem and deal with it individually. This will save time and we can ensure that problems can be addressed directly. Once all problems have been fixed, we need to monitor whether there are still some problems that still have an effect on our overall projects. There should be a system to ensure that delivered products and service meet the approved standards. We should avoid missed requirements and things that don’t have logical business flow. Products should be screened for any faults, glitches or bugs that make them less functional and usable. In order to ensure that the project could translate into real business operations. We should make sure that there’s sufficient training on the client’s side. There should also be enough support and complete documentation.
If we want our project to go well, it is important that we have the right kind of mindset. We need to have a work atmosphere and culture where mistakes are quickly identified and solved. This will prevent the constant rework and the accummulation of quality issues. Each project is unique and has its own set of issues, depending on the company, industry, team, culture, technical characteristics and others. Because problems will eventually appear, we should have positive approaches to handle them. We shoujld avoid any factor that can stall a project, such as poor guidance, lack of clarity and other severe issues. If problems do happen, we should focus on proper corrective course of actions and we need to establish positive influences on the whole team and project. We should be aware of content, methods and protocols that can help to improve the overall progress of the project. Some rules may need to be revamped, to make sure that we get better overall results. Managers and team members should desist blaming one another for any issue that arises. When we are trying to solve a problem, blaming others will only make things worse. When solving problems, we need to know how deal with painstaking investigative works. We should take a pause and consider things that have gone wrong. There’s no point of treading the same wrong path when we are assessing corrective actions. There should be a debriefing meeting with any stakeholder to gather perception, feedback, assessment, facts and figures.Then, it is likely that our project will work well.