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In order to develop a return to normal strategy, tap into your employees’ corporate wisdom.
A mysterious concept that sits on top of the S.M.A.R.T. Platform of data and information that evolves, when integrated with experience and thought, into an understanding of a solution.
“The function of understanding is deducing one matter out of another, i.e., that which was previously concentrated in the obscure, intuitive flash of wisdom which is now revealed and understood.”Marc Gilenson
When corporate wisdom and understanding are transformed into knowledge, by incorporating human qualitative experience, a return to normal strategy emerges.
After the solution is fully understood with all its details and ramifications, the team or leader must then immerse themselves in it, binding and unifying with it to the extent that they not only understand it, but are also willing to take responsibility and be accountable.
The strategy is then further developed into actionable tasks that enable the implementation of a return to normal strategy. This is where you would use the S.M.A.R.T. Platform wrapped in a mutual benefit culture to develop the plan and tasks needed to make it happen.
“The S.M.A.R.T. Platform includes the three idea attributes… wisdom, understanding and knowledge, while the five implementation attributes… Systemic, Measurable, Alignable, Relatable, Tailorable turn your plans into reality.”Marc Gilenson
This is the time to tap into all of your people and get input to develop a return to normal strategy. While most companies are laying people off, they forget to capture the knowledge and wisdom that is in every level of their employee.
This virus has brought to our attention the value of our line workers. Why then are most decisions being made by the management team without getting input from the field? There are many line workers that have ideas that would save jobs and improve our companies when we return to normal.
Your employees understand what part of the existing processes can be cut, or need to be expanded when you return. Don’t underestimate your employees. It has become apparent to most that the line workers are more dedicated than management thought.
“Give your employees a chance to share their corporate wisdom and watch your return to work plan develop. Watch your people flourish. Watch your company flourish!”Marc Gilenson
Below are 8 tools you should use to make sure your return to normal plan is a successful one.
|8 Decision Making Tools|
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