Gap analysis is a tool used by the Project Managers, Process Improvement teams and even individuals to identify the problems for process improvement. Through gap analysis, you can judge where a person or company is when compared with where that person or firm should like to be.
In the Process Improvement with Gap Analysis Certificate Course, you will learn how to compare the actual performance with potential or desired performance which is the key thing of gap analysis. The course helps you to gain knowledge about Process improvement through Gap analysis so that you can define and identify goals and explore feasible solutions and improve your process of self-improvement.
Gap Analysis training provides the tools to identify the needs to be done in any project. Gap Analysis as a simple tool helps you identify the gap between your current situation (AS-IS) and the future state (TO-BE) that you want to reach, along with the tasks that you need to complete to close the gaps.
Gap Analysis training provides the process to be applied when developing a Business Case and illustrates what tasks you need to complete to deliver your project.
Gap Analysis compares your current situation with the future state that you want to achieve once your project is complete. By attending the Gap Analysis training, attendees will identify what they need to do to “bridge the gap” and make their project a success. Attendees will use Gap Analysis at any stage of their projects to analyze their progress, but it’s most useful at the beginning.
Learn about Gap Analysis Process and Techniques including:
► What is Gap Analysis?
► What is a Gap Analysis process?
► What does a Gap Analysis Program do?
► How can you obtain and use Gap Analysis data?
► How can I complete a Gap Analysis?
► How to create a Gap Analysis Report?
As an outcome of gap analysis training, program/project gaps will be identified. Examples of gaps are:
Gap #1: Fragmented system and framework.
Gap #2: Outdated training programs.
Gap #3: Lack of capabilities.
Gap #4: Limited employability skill training.
Gap #5: Limited staff preparation and qualifications.
Gap #6: Lack of resources.
Gap #7: Lack of financial resources.
Upon completion of the Gap Analysis Training Course, the attendees will:
► Be familiar with gap analysis
► Be familiarized with the gap analysis techniques and methods
► Apply gap analysis to a problem
► Match gap analysis data to their needs
From Global Institute for Projects Management & Development (GIPMD) – USA.