Successfully perform a large transformation project. The nuclear production department of EDF has launched a large transformation project of nuclear facilities maintenance, covering 19 production sites and all their staff: the OEEI project (Obtenir un état exemplaire des Installations - obtain an exemplary state of the installations).
This book summarizes this experience which has, in 5 years, worked to renovate and maintain the installations by involving all the technical and leading staff.
In detail, find inside the 20 good practices that have permitted to successfully carry out this project and, why not yours!



Chapter 1. From “project” to “major project”
1. Change by the projects: methodological references
2. PMI or Prince2: Two standards of project management
3. Management of major projects

Chapter 2. The OEEI Project
1. Introduction
2. The emergence and the framework: the origin of the project and its objectives
3. Planning: some fundamental principles
4. Management
5. The deployment: the history of the project, individual stories
6. Setting up
7. Sustainability: know how to complete a project

Chapter 3. The 20 good practices of the OEEI Project
Good Practice 1. Define “who does what”

Apply the principle of subsidiary (controlled)
Good Practice 2. Show the results
Define a clear and constant vision (visual management)
Good Practice 3. The project above the structures
Give a face and a presence to the national project
Good Practice 4. Manage by the facts
Good Practice 5. Forget the old practices

Deligitimise the old practices and references
Good Practice 6. Speak a common language
Develop standard methods and processes
Good Practice 7. Prevention is better than cure
Think about and organise the sharing of information as early as possible
Good Practice 8. Maps to find the way
To resort to objective and readable tools for evaluation
Good Practice 9. « I am going to do, I am doing, I did »
Continuously measure the progress of cultural change
Good Practice 10. Share uncertainty to remain united
Create a climate of trust by sharing experience
Good Practice 11. Generate different points of view
Cross-check and consult the peers
Good Practice 12. Major project, “design-me a sheep”
Diversify communication tools and encourage creativity
Good Practice 13. The strategy of small steps
Encourage the “small victories”
Good Practice 14. Have active communities
Creating « Social » networks, guarantees of solidarity
Good Practice 15. « Science without conscience is but the ruin of the soul »
Think about and conduct technical and cultural changes simultaneously
Good Practice 16. Small steps for people, but a giant leap for the project!
Facilitate change through individual initiatives in all areas
Good Practice 17. “I am the owner!”
Encourage pride of ownership and participation
Good Practice 18. The importance of a change network
Designate “referents” who accompany and help
Good Practice 19. Rigorous monitoring of resources
Manage the budget
Good Practice 20. The closing of the project
Knowing how to close a major project

Conclusion. The need to learn to manage projects

Appendix 1

1. Objective of the project
2. Nature of the expected work
3. Resources allocated
4. Progress
5. Sub-divisions
6. Nature of the changes, personnel concerned

Appendix 2


Editeur : Editions d'Organisation

Auteur(s) : Thierry Meslin, David Autissier

Publication : 21 avril 2015

Intérieur : Noir & blanc

Support(s) : Text (eye-readable), Text (eye-readable) [PDF + ePub], eBook

Contenu(s) : PDF, ePub

Protection(s) : Marquage social (PDF), Marquage social (ePub)

Taille(s) : 22 Mo (PDF), 4,6 Mo (ePub)

Langue(s) : Anglais

Code(s) CLIL : 3177

EAN13 Text (eye-readable) [PDF + ePub] : 9782212307405

EAN13 (papier) : 9782212561951

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