Putting Systems in Place
Put a good person in a bad system and the system wins every time, so change the system
We believe that people need systems that support and reinforce positive behaviors to help them maintain improvement methodologies and changed ways of working. We also believe that these should be tailored according to the needs of the organisation, the role of the team or individual and the risks of poor performance. The systems that work well in the factory may need tailoring to work as well in the office, the College, the Ward, the Sailing School, the Theatre Company - but the principles of what is good are the same. The systems that work well with graduate engineers in an automotive factory may need tailoring to work well with the artists and designers in the fashion industry - but the principles of what is good are the same.
Your strengths are your commitment to continuous improvement and the way that you are able to introduce quite innovative ways of looking at things from different perspectives to gain greater clarity