The process improvement plan is a subsidiary of the project management plan (Section 4.2). The process improvement plan details the steps for analyzing processes to identify activities which enhance their value. Areas to consider include:
• Process boundaries. Describes the purpose, start and end of processes, their inputs/outputs, data required, the owner, and stakeholders of processes.
• Process configuration. A flowchart of processes to facilitate analysis with interfaces identified.
• Process metrics. Along with thresholds, allows control over status of processes.
• Targets for improved performance. Guides the process improvement activities.
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