All of the readers may not be familiar with the concept ‘embedding’: The mobile telephones include many computer programmes that are an example of embedded systems. They have been constructed as inherent parts of a complicated system.
Likewise, the quality projects and systems should be deeply rooted into the core processes of the organisation. Embedding demands for intentional and practical use of the fruits of the quality project. In other words, concrete results will only be useful for the organisation, its staff and clients in case the results will be transferred into the daily lives and practices of the organisation.
The project manager may be satisfied with a set of concrete results of the quality project, but as Aristotle wrote: “The excellence is not an act but a habit.” In academic lifelong learning it is typical that permanent quality demands for permanent staff development.
This part of the tool analyses the results and making use of them. The main question that you should answer in this section is:
How to make it work after the project?