Implementation Plan

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Introduction
The implementations of organizational projects require careful attention to details. The key to a successful project implementation begins with the selection of the right players. In creating a project management team, careful attention must be made when selecting the Project Manager, the Project Leaders and certain strategic employees. Success depends on the caliber of the members of the team, the team’s ability to work together and to magnifying the talents of the team both individually and collectively, (Passage, 2006, p.44). There are five phases of implementation:

Understand the business model
Identify, assess, prioritize, link and report risks
Determine the appropriate risk responses
Determine Capabilities to manage risk and implement risk responses Implement risk monitoring and internal audits programs.
The three basic steps to select the best project management include: ensuring the basic project essentials are in place and mesh well with other projects and how the company executes the projects, examine, evaluate, and add appropriate advance project engineering and business related offerings, and interview those persons about to be hired, (Nita, 2007). Risk assessment and management includes: planning how risk management will be dealt with, assigning a champion, maintaining a live project data base, and summarize the planned risks and mitigation techniques needed. Project management is carefully planned and organized effort to accomplish a specific task. Project management includes developing a project plan, what resources are needed, and associating budgets and timelines for completion. It is important to stay on the path, following the major phases to remain focused and ensure success. Many companies have dealt with project implementation and have great examples of what Friar Tucker will need to do to make a sound project selection that can be successful. Project Management Team - Claimtrack Systems, Inc.

As exampled by Claimtrack Systems, Inc., via its successful Electronic Medical Records implementation program, the key to a successful project implementation begins with the selection of the right players for the right positions. In creating a project management team, careful attention must be paid when selecting the Project Manager, the Project Leaders and certain strategic employees. Victory depends on the caliber of the members of the team, the team’s ability to work together and to magnifying the talents of team both individually and collectively. Successful implementation teams include: a Project Manager who has the ability to engage the right players, in the right activity, at the right time and Project Leaders who control the interaction between these players, balance expectations and keep the project moving forward. (Passage, 2006, p. 44) Friar Tucker must develop and implement the right person for the right position strategy in order to drive the project to a successful and timely completion. The firm must consider the overall caliber, experience and compatibility of the members as it assembles an implementation team. In addition, the firm must also take into consideration these elements as it selects strategic partners or contractors. Implementation and Risks - Weiser LLP –

Weiser is a professional accounting and consulting services provider that helps their clients implement ERM (enterprise risk management) into their organization. This process will help with the ability to identify, asses, measure, monitor, and report on their business risks. Weiser developed five phases for implementation: Understand the business model

Identify, assess, prioritize, link, and report risks
Determine the appropriate risk responses
Determine Capabilities to manage risk and implement risk responses Implement risk monitoring and internal audit programs
According to Weiser, the first phase is to understand the organization and the overall focus,...
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