Public leaders can effectively implement the continuous improvement framework by focusing on three goals.
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Discussing frustrations does not have to be unproductive. Here is a process that can help you turn a discussion about frustrations into a plan for change.
In order to stay relevant and sustainable, implement ways to document new knowledge every day, nurture it through systems and training routinely, and harvest it at least quarterly.
Approaching leadership as a practice can help us avoid the leadership gap that occurs when we understand our leadership title to be a license to wield power, rather than the responsibility to offer inspiration.
Before diving into the CIP pool, consider whether doing the process improvement project makes sense in the big-picture direction your agency wants to head
If I described our work in the present and future, wouldn’t that be more compelling, and interesting? Discussing how we work hard to support the continuous improvement culture, capacity, and results for state government? Yes, yes it would.
You can’t have cake projects every day at work. No way would you ever get your ‘real’ job done. So, how can you get that “I’m eating cake!” feeling from your current assignments, until the next big ‘cake project’ comes along?
Here are some quotes from many of America’s great thinkers and doers as inspiration for your Fourth of July holiday.
We don’t talk about improvement methodologies. My team and I listen, learn, and then work to solve the problem.
In the world of government, we have many common threats to face. Though it may be possible to withstand them on our own, we make ourselves much mightier when we band together and tackle them as a team.