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Implementing best practices

Implementing best practices

One of the critical components of implementation is communication. When talking about goals, missions, and other plans, information must be disseminated in a clear and concise way. You need allies that are well informed of what the practices are and why they are important to the organization.

Once key personnel are aware of the best practices, then they must be held accountable for implementing it. It is up to the managers to identify which employees will be responsible for executing the practices. There has to be a plan of accountability that is observable and measurable. It is important to keep everyone accountable for their roles.

A way to ensure accountability is to follow-up. Nothing is worse than creating a practice and not following up to make sure that it is being implemented. Create a plan to assess and evaluate the success of the practices to not only be sure that they are being executed but also to ensure they are effective.

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Gerald J. Leonard

Gerald J. Leonard is an international expert on the topics of Developing A Culture That Works, Strategy Implementation, and Project Portfolio Management. He is the author of Culture Is The Bass: 7 Principles for Developing A Culture That Works, and the upcoming book, Workplace Jazz: How Emotionally Connected Teams Thrive and Sustain Results. He is the CEO of Principles of Execution (PofE), a Certified Minority Business Enterprise with over 20+ years experiencing working with large Federal and State Governments and Multi-National Corporations. Gerald provides an insightful and unique way of combining his experience and expertise as a professional bassist and a certified Portfolio Management Professional consultant. Find out how you can work with Gerald as your business coach or attend one of his upcoming programs