The Business Bonus When Planning To Make Changes to Your Business
Did you know there is a simple approach for making change in your business?
Efficiency expert and change challenger Ms Louise Corica said that by utilising a clearly defined plan and innovative ideas you can bring about change to your business quickly.
“If you are overwhelmed with your workload, you need to ask yourself if you are doing your own work or someone else’s?” said Ms Corica
“It is important to acknowledge that change is inevitable and it is better to plan a change rather than be forced to make change in a hurry. You have a choice.” she said.
“We all have the potential to be creative and bring about change in our lives and in our business with consistently considered concepts. When was the last time you reviewed your strategic plan?”
”Constructive goals lead to well developed plans that deliver results over time.”
“When making change ensure that you have a very clear goal in mind. Plan well. The best approach is to step out the changes you are proposing to make.”
“You need to do things differently now so the result is positively different.”
“All too often in the absence of clearly defined goals we can keep performing the same daily acts of trivia if we do not take charge of our activities.”
Ms Corica says that there are 3 important things you need to consider when making change in business:
1. Know “what” it is you want to change;
2. Develop a plan as to “how” you are going to bring about the changes you wish to make;
3 Establish a timeframe as to “when” you want to achieve the change.
The founder and CEO of Apple Inc. the late Steve Jobs, consistently conducted perpetual brainstorming sessions with his teams during his stewardship. He said “Creativity is connecting things.”
Ms Corica is a consultant who works with business people to bring about change in their business and assists with increasing productivity through effective goal setting seminars. Should you require more details on achieving change in business contact Louise Corica at www.time2manage.com.
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