Use the Justification of Just Do It Project form to provide reasons why the Just Do It methodology is right for this project.
Answers the questions:
- Are the problem and root cause known and understood?
- Is extensive analysis not necessary?
- Is the solution known or directed?
- Does the project have a low implementation cost?
- Do the team members have a thorough understanding of the process?
|When to use
|| To justify initiation and control of a project with a known solution path while minimizing project-related time and cost
This form has no data requirements. It is used to document rationale for a simplified project approach.
- Verify that the subject matter experts are in agreement with the proposed approach.
- Ask a second time if the use of DMAIC, Kaizen, or other more rigorous approaches would be worth the added time and cost.
- Listen to employees to identify the key problem areas.
- Identify the problem area.
- Identify a solution path that does not merit a more rigorous project approach (may be known or directed)
- Verify solution approach with subject matter experts.
- Interview employees to determine the barriers to improve the process.
- Evaluate whether or not the proposed project qualifies as a Just Do It project.
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