3 Constants to Get Through a Crisis

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1 Embrace Digital Processes Moving from manual to digital processes is a crucial step toward modernization. Technology will: Create a central source of truth for all past and current program data as well as programs in planning stages. Information will be transparent, and all details will be in one place. Data regarding the health of each project can be delivered to stakeholders. Enable collaboration for all members involved in the success of a program. Teams can communicate from anywhere in real time regarding budget management, scheduling, work orders, approvals and payments. Speed up time for approvals with automated workflows and clear "ball-in-court" accountability. www.kahua.com | connect@kahua.com 2 Regulations are constantly evolving and mandating how programs are run and delivered. Being able to shift, modify and add new processes, required documentation and approvals to a project is critical to keep things running with minimal disruption. This alleviates regulatory risk and the possibility of a project not being delivered. Technology is constantly being improved, so organizations should be ready to evolve their operational processes. They must integrate old with new. If teams do not consistently innovate, they will find themselves working in disparate systems which can move them backwards. Innovative technology enables efficiency and insights into programs. Downsizing and acquisitions play a part in every industry. Organizations can avoid major disruptions if systems and processes are in place before the transition. The goal is to minimize any gaps in information and allow for the transfer to happen seamlessly with minimal risk. With the world and the industry constantly changing, owner organizations must be ready to adjust. The need for an agile system is imperative because: Maintain Flexibility

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