- On February 23, 2017
Not if, but when.
You and your team have already given up on carrier pigeons, telex machines and you’ve probably no longer got any typewriters at work.
The software and smartphone apps you’re now using have probably improved your productivity, your accounting and even aspects of your decision making as an individual or as an organisation.
My guess is that your industry now uses some form of social media instead of advertisements in daily newspapers, billboards or radio as its primary brand building tool.
So, when will you abandon the employee review system you’ve had for ten years and that you know isn’t hitting the mark and engaging or empowering your workforce to perform better? Or the meeting culture inside your organisation that encourages procrastination and soaks up too much time? Or the processes and organisational structures that were designed yesterday and that are no longer delivering what your stakeholders need in today’s world?
Not if, but when.
Putting a date on it might make it happen. Intentional action is the trademark of a proficient leader.
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