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First, define the total objective of the program and how the roles of all departments are mutually dependent on the total success of the program.

Second, outline the criteria of how to solve problems as they occur.

Third, commit to a long term investment which could take years to fully implement.

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Learning Point Takeaways:

1) Make sure the program goals are clearly defined

2) Every department needs to have skins in the program

3) Upper management must be involved and continuously informed

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