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Change Readiness/Adaptability – At some point in your project, the question will be asked “Are the associates and organization ready for the new process?

” You won’t succeed if they aren’t, so any good project is working on this as well.

After all, you don’t want to hold the 1912 world record in 1994 and miss out on 52% growth.

Measures - These can be scary, but they really will help.

There is nothing worse than asking for input and then ignoring it, or worse, forgetting you ever got it.

If you encourage your associates to trust you and take the time to engage in a project or a continuous improvement effort, you need to make sure people are also taking the time to listen.

Let’s engage them in a project, let’s set a best practice. Well, there are plenty of approaches; so let’s not go too deep into the how.

But there are a few concepts you would find on any good project.

After all, once you’re the best, don’t you put your feet up and relax? If your company is continuously improving, can you ever consider a practice “best”?

This got me thinking, is the concept of “best practice” outdated? In fact, as our Retail Executive pointed out, if you label something a “best practice”, will that be all your organization strives to achieve, never looking to break new ground?

Team engagement, communication, ownership/accountability, measures for success and a readiness of associates and the organization to adapt to the change are just a few concepts you should see in this project. Many of the concepts used in setting best practices are the same as those employed in a culture of continuous improvement.

It comes down to a willingness to use these tools continuously, and not stop when the project completes.

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