Fables and Facts: The Truth about Subtle Improvement
When business performance wanes, most companies reach for the sledge hammer we call Human Resources.
New efficiency protocols are introduced, leadership structures change and wasteful spending is scrutinised with a fine-tooth comb.
Although drastic actions may be necessary in the face of a crisis, change does not have to be wholesale to be effective. In fact, a gradual shift could see performance figures improve within 90 days – and keep improving.
The key to turning performance around is internal change based on creating a culture of gradual and constant improvement. Rather than bringing in external influence, you need to nudge your people and boost productivity from the inside.
Intrigued? In this video our executives discuss the truth behind effective transformation.