A continuous organization improvement program can be easily implemented and very beneficial using minimal organization resources. It’s important that you establish a continuous improvement program; not assume that improvement suggestions and efforts will appear without encouragement by management. And it should be become inherent in your culture and day-to-day work activities throughout you organization.
A continuous improvement program can be implemented with these basic guidelines and principles:
- Top Management Must Lead
- Integrate Improvement Into Performance Reporting
- Staff Meeting Agendas That Include Improvement Status
- Rigorous Analysis of Possible Improvements
- Position Descriptions
- Performance Evaluations
- Regular Organization Assessments
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Michael VanBruaene was a KPMG Director and blogs at Michael VanBruaene Organization Performance Improvement Services – Advancing Your Organization (www.AdvancingYourOrganization.com). He can also be contacted at email@example.com.