Create a list of your accomplishments since you’ve begun your career. What awards or recognition have you received? What impactful results have you reached? Use numbers and analytics to show impact when applicable.
What Have You Accomplished?
How Do We Know if it’s an Improvement?Casey Kuktelionis, , 0
Questions for Clarity What gets in the way of getting our work done? Where are there opportunities to implement...
Leadership Short CyclesMandy, , 0
Short Cycle Improvement Meetings Weekly It is important for teams to track key measures that matter each week to...
Remember Why You AskedCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Before you open your next results report, pause and remember why you asked for data in the first place....
An Organizational ScorecardErica Callaway Karr, , 0
A COMMUNICATION & WORKING TOOL When used as a communication tool, the scorecard clearly and concisely provides the most...
From Employee Engagement Surveys to ActionCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
After the employee engagement survey results are calculated, gather your team and talk about the results. What ideas does...
Learn Values to RewardCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Take the extra step to find out what each of your teammates value when being recognized and reward them...
Start SmallCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
PDSA can be used to test and measure system-wide improvements, however, it’s important to start with small fast tests...