GoHealthe work with clients to help them transform the way they use technology. Traditionally, these transformations have been geared towards improving business processes, reducing costs, maximizing use of tech opportunities, and more.
GoHealthe Technical analysts communicate with stakeholders to understand their technical needs. They develop and analyze functional specifications, and they coordinate with developers to build and implement technology solutions. Technology analysts design efficient technology systems that meet business and technology needs.
Our Design process in any of the various engineering disciplines (including civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, textiles, aerospace, nuclear, manufacturing, systems, and structural /building/architectural) and design disciplines. There are 4 four main phases which are: Initiation, Planning, Execution and Closure
In the initiation phase, We’ll define the project. You’ll sort out the project goals, scope, and resources of the project, and what roles are needed on the team. Clarifying what stakeholders expect out of the project, and what exactly the project is aiming to achieve (and why) will give the project and team clear direction.
This is a crucial phase to the project’s success. Without clarity around what needs to be achieved and why, the project runs the risk of not accomplishing the end goals and meeting the expectations of stakeholders.
Process Involved in our initiation phase include:
· Communicating with stakeholders to understand the purpose and desired outcomes of the project.
· Identifying project scope.
· Determining SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound).
· Clarifying resources like budget and time constraints.
· Confirming team size and roles required.
· Determining how often and which stakeholders will be involved throughout the project.
· Compiling a project proposal and project charter.
In the planning phase, We’ll determine the steps to actually achieve the project goals—the “how” of completing a project.
We’ll establish budgets, timelines, and milestones, and source materials and necessary documents. This step also involves calculating and predicting risk, putting change processes into place, and outlining communication protocols. If the initiation phase is assembling your troops, the planning phase is deciding what to do with them.
Process in the planning phase:
· Deciding on milestones that lead up to goal completion.
· Developing a schedule for tasks and milestones, including time estimates and potential time buffers.
· Establishing change processes.
· Determining how and how often to communicate with team members and stakeholders.
· Creating and signing documents such as non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) or requests for proposal (RFPs).
· Assessing and managing risk by creating a risk register.
· Holding a kick-off meeting to start project.
Tools and documents used in the initiation phase:
Project proposal: The project proposal defines a project and outlines key dates, requirements, and goals.
Project charter: This is a definitive document that describes the project and main details necessary to reach its goals.
This can include potential risks, benefits, constraints, and key stakeholders.