The idea that workers are skilled on every activity, focused all day, highly motivated for results, and directed by sensational leaders is a bit of myth. Recognizing that in order to rise to a greater standard, leaders must initiate well thought out processes and countless “tweaks” on whatever causes less desirable results to be produced.

Have you the Manager/Owner taken the lead to audit your work environment? Are you asking key questions, recording what works well and what works poorly?

This inventory of information should trigger priorities and strategies that shift patterns and show improvement in the present, medium or long term. Many solutions will involve low cost while more significant changes require a return on investment analysis and budgeting.

Can your business afford the luxury of ignoring or delaying this process?

This is the challenge for a management team that wants to stay competitive.