Successful project implementation is critical in the rapidly evolving education landscape. Education Departments must adopt a culture of continuous, successful project delivery to ensure that valuable energy and resources are not spent on projects that are doomed to fail. We offer a wide range of transition services that will compliment your Education Team and ensure e-Education projects are delivered on time and within budget while fulfilling all the defined objectives
- Transition Management design and implementation
- Portfolio management
- Programme management
- Transition management and project delivery (Waterfall & Agile)
- Change management
- Project consulting
- Project scoping and facilitation
- Project assurance
- Project audits
- On-time delivery
- Benefit realisation
- Controlled budget
- Total quality management
- Managed risks
- Customer Satisfaction
- Team collaboration
Measure the e-Learning Maturity Model
Measure the education departments ability to sustain online learning and provide a set of key practices that can inform improvement projects.
Conduct e-Learning Readiness Assessment
Identify any significant issues that will need to be considered before and during an e-learning program implementation. The introduction of a new system is often resisted as the learners are sometimes attached to established pedagogies and practices.
As part of the implementation preparation, the objectives from the impacted stakeholders need to be collected and aligned with the project’s objectives. Aligning these objectives and expectations is usually a highly strategic process, as each department would likely have its own specific objectives.
e-Learning Implementation Plan
Develop the implementation plan that includes an overview of the system, a brief description of the major tasks involved in the implementation, the overall resources needed to support the implementation effort (such as hardware, software. facilities, materials, and personnel), and any site-specific implementation requirements.
Define the methods and procedures that will ensure that the expectations and objectives of the e-Learning project are met.
Identify the project team who will be directly responsible for the implementation and decision-making on the project. The team will include the project leader, project manager and the sponsor; representatives from the Department of Education and teaching staff; and the technical team
Identify the team members who will be responsible for the monitoring, controlling and management of potential risks at any point of the e-learning implementation.
The training schedule will be designed according to the size of the e-Learning implementation. This will be determined during the planning stage.
Communication and Promotion Strategy
During the implementation planning phase, the strategy to create awareness and understanding of e-learning in the Education Department and schools must be defined.
Employing the tools and techniques required to manage the people side the implementation and ensure that the defined objectives are achieved