We are continuing our series that gives back to the industry answering the question, “What does a fractional CIO do?” and each article will outline a specific service offering of Outsourced CIO LLC in the day and the life of a fractional CIO. Some call this “virtual” Chief Information Officer or “fractional” CIO (we prefer fractional as the “vCIO” term has become a buzzword and misleading – see our FAQ on this). Because the fractional CIO creates value for growing businesses who might not otherwise be able to afford a Chief Information Officer, our topic for today is “Productivity Improvement Workshop”
This is can be a quarterly project or service, estimated time 4-6 hours.
Deliverable: Scheduling and facilitating a 10 point exercise addressing a productivity improvement opportunity or issue and presenting the findings at the Quarterly Planning Session.
Description: Productivity and operational excellence are the surest foundations for maintaining a healthy bottom line. Reviewing the productivity of teams and individuals, the state of communication and tools used is essential for becoming leaner, quicker and staying ahead of the competition.
Find productivity enhancement opportunities with a 10 point exercise; share and review the results during the Quarterly Planning Session.
Individual and team productivity is an issue for all managers in all organizations – the main responsibility for each leader is to create a productive environment. So many, however, don’t leverage the most obvious tools: automation to help their team perform better. This service can help them find productivity opportunities and execute initiatives.
- Productivity Improvement Meeting Notes and Agenda Template
- Productivity Improvement To-Do List Template
- *Email us if you would like a copy of these template (s).
That’s is it! That is what a fractional CIO does. Have a tech-stress free day from Outsourced CIO LLC, where we demystify technology for growing businesses.
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