As part of a Just Do It project, use the Project Story form to document the problem and how your project improved it.

Answers the questions:
  • What was the original problem?
  • How did you identify the problem, for example, what were its symptoms?
  • Was this problem experienced previously in the company?
  • What type of project was used to address the problem? DMAIC? Just Do It?
  • Who were the belts, team members, and stakeholders that were involved?
  • Is a control plan in place?
  • What were the costs in time and money?
  • What are the benefits?
  • What are the takeaways?
  • Can you apply the knowledge obtained to other projects or locations?
When to use Purpose
End of project To concisely tell the story of the completed project.

Data

This form has no data requirements. It is used to summarize the story of the completed project.

Guidelines

  • Maintain details of the project's progress.
  • Receive regular, written updates from team members and stakeholders.

How-to

  1. Document the project's progress on a regular basis.
  2. Write concisely so readers can scan quickly.

For more information, go to Insert and fill out a form.

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