In my time as a project management professional, it made me realise that the skills and knowledge I’ve learnt from the process of leading different teams to achieve project goals within given time and financial constraints, not only had a significant impact on developing business excellence within the project, but also for the individuals in the team themselves.
This is because project management involves five core activities, that of Initiation, Planning, Execution, Control, and Close.
In contrast business excellence is a term used to describe a set of practices and principles that organisations use to achieve outstanding performance and sustained success. It involves a systematic approach to managing an organisation, focused on optimising processes, improving efficiency, and enhancing customer satisfaction.
However, as I’ve already mentioned business excellence also applies to individuals as well. Why? Because individuals who develop business excellence it can provide the stepping stone to promotions and career advancement as they become more valuable to their organisations.
How is this possible?
Business excellence and its framework involve 7 core principles:
The 7 core principles above are not only for business excellence, but are foundation and knowledge framework of any business manager looking to excel and develop their own business career.
For me processes don’t execute projects, people do, and if you or your organisation would like to more about how my business excellence framework, coaching and mentoring can contribute to your business success, then click on the link in my bio, or send me a DM to arrange a call to find out more.