Where you measure, you also reveal. The changes you put in place can create visible improvement in your business and reveal opportunities for new changes. In this video, Bob McGannon explores items that an evaluation of your changes can reveal including; bottleneck shifts, revealed weaknesses and new found energy for further changes.
- If what you get is what you measure,…then there's an additional truth in,…where you measure, you also reveal.…The changes you put in place…when paired with sound ways to measure effectiveness…can not only create improvement in your business,…but also reveal opportunities for new changes.…Here's what a good evaluation of your implemented changes…can reveal to your staff members.…First are bottleneck shifts.…If you're working on a production line…or in a supply chain environment,…streamlining one part of your business…can create a slowdown in another.…
For instance, if you improve the manufacturing of a part,…producing 10 per hour instead of five,…you could put pressure on the downstream…packing and shipping area of your facility.…Your staff members will probably see…bottleneck shifts clearly and quickly,…so be prepared to evaluate these bottleneck shifts,…and plan for additional changes.…Next is the adage, from little things big things grow.…When you implement your changes,…your employees start managing their business differently.…
- Determine the approach to motivate others through a change.
- Distinguish the steps and benefits of change management phases.
- Explain how training is addressed as part of the change implementation and support phase.
- Interpret the components for communicating a change initiative.
- Recognize the skill set needed for a change champion.
- Identify the type of results that can be revealed when evaluating a change.