Are your staff continually improving?

Clients tell me it is hard to get their people to think about improving because they are so inundated with getting work out. They wish there were more efficient ways to accomplish their tasks, but they don't have time to research what they are.

I've developed a simple chart of 10 cost-effective ways to help your team more effective. Some involve very minor cost and time commitments. Many of these ideas will also encourage your staff to share ideas on best practices.

View this chart.

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