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The cultural impact of best practice and world class theories

When senior management use phrases like best practice or world class, Ive seen employees cringe! While this may be no more than an observation of a specific management team, Ive seen the same reaction in every organization where those topics come up. Unless you want to dismiss your entire staff as slackers, it makes sense to pay attention to this adverse reaction. Because each business is unique, ......

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The number three reason staff may not take executives benchmarks seriously is the unreasonably aggressive timelines that seem to be inexorably bound to world class/best practice implementation. Most workers try to perform well and have a pretty accurate self-assessment o......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 03/15/04


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