Project execution (or implementation) is the phase in which the plan designed in the prior phases of the project life are put into action. The purpose of project execution is to deliver the project expected results (deliverable and other direct outputs). Typically, this is the longest phase of the project management lifecycle, where most resources are applied.
During the project execution the execution team utilizes all the schedules, procedures and templates that were prepared and anticipated during prior phases. Unanticipated events and situations will inevitably be encountered, and the Project Manager and Project Team will have to deal with them as they come up.
One of the root causes of failure in projects is communication — either a lack thereof, or miscommunication. Large teams are inherently vehicles for bad communication. For smooth project execution that is “customer enquiry to customer satisfaction” we follow the OBEYA (BIG) ROOM concept. This is the place where the entire product, cross-functional team meet daily. The reason for this is to shorten the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle time, eventually leading to a quicker time-to-market. This also attempts to break down walls between departments, and upper and lower management. This cross-functional approach — horizontal as well as vertical team integration — alleviates the many problems that combinatory teaches us about communication problems and breakdown. So, regardless of N-Connections, OBEYA concept helps & manages the information flow by integrating vertically and horizontally as a cross-functional team.
An increasingly competitive global industry demands innovative and high quality ideas. In order to survive in the competitive market space, one has to ensure the quality and speed of the delivery meets and ideally exceeds market demand.
To ensure the timely Project Execution, We start the project with customer end date, targeting the end date the whole project is monitored in 7 GATE MECHANISM based on APQP guidelines.
Execution of project staggered and occurs in phases, with a Gate validation for graduation into the next phase. The transition from one phase to the next occurs through the Gate review, which involves validation and review of processes and deliverables which are then attached as output of the activities in the associated phase.
It brings a rigorous discipline and designates responsibilities clearly to help assure the right quality of end product is delivered on time and at the right cost.