Improvement is not a one time project. In this lesson, learn to use various approaches for continuous improvement within an organization.
- [Narrator] Imagine an NFL team … that hired the best athletes in the league … and paid them the highest salary. … But during the week, they didn't train and improve. … The owners look at their recruitment … and their comp and benefits package … and think we have got a championship set up. … They might start off the season well … and they might even win a few games, … but as the other teams continuously improve and play, … being the best athletes with the highest pay … will simply be enough for them to play in the game, … but not truly compete to win. … And this really brings me to another important HR guideline … that you should be considering for your organization. … You need to cultivate a culture of continuous improvement … to stay competitive and relevant. … One way that we can cultivate this culture … is through intentional retrospectives. … Here, we set aside a designated time … whether it be at the end of the week, a project, … quarter, or month, and we ask the questions. … What's working and what isn't? …
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- Building your team
- Choosing recruiting methods
- Creating compensation and benefits packages
- Training and developing employees
- Providing powerful performance feedback
- Having tough conversations
- Retaining your team