Best good and bad practices
Incorporating what has proven to work somewhere else forms the basis of any high-quality project.
Organise activities aimed at sharing experiences. Depending on your topic, many best, good and bad practices may be available.
- A willingness to investigate what others have done.
- A sense of scope: which reported practices are important to you, and which are not?
- A critical sense of success factors.
- The ability to overcome the ‘not invented here’ syndrome.
Good practices tend to be repeated internally, but few companies have processes to identify and incorporate best practices described by others.