Building Accountability to Drive Continuous Improvement from IndustryWeek

By Doug Wallace

Published in Industry Week, September 15, 2015

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Key elements that drive successful continuous improvement projects include having a solid technical solution. 

Doug Wallace a Senior Consultant at Life Cycle Engineering recently published an article in Industry Week that discusses the importance of a sound change-management strategy to ensure success. 

While 10% to 20% of the affected change population may be "early adopters" and support the change, there is typically another 10% to 20% that will be "resisters."  The last group between the two poles are the "neutrals" with a wait-and-see attitude toward change. 

The ultimate success of any change initiative lies in holding everyone accountable for doing their part in implementing the solution.

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