Best Practice Work Systems and Organizational Ergonomics Focus Area
Effective work systems and organizational ergonomics are at the heart of any organization that sustains best in class performance levels. Unfortunately, too many organizations fail to consistently improve their key work systems over time. For example, leadership, planning, and measurement work system renovations are not made year over year to help yield better results.
Sadly, leaders often let the designs of their engagement and process management work systems grow stagnate over time. They fail to look for innovative ways to delivery more process value at a lower cost.
Fortunately, best practice templates exist to help leaders build better organizations. In many organizations, these blueprints, tools, and concepts have led to consistent, positive results over time. Plus, this type of success is evident across all business sectors.
The Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Award Criteria serve as a central framework to help you optimize your work system renovation efforts. For 20+ years, I have served with the United States national Baldrige program. This involvement gives me many ideas I want to share with anyone who is passionate about work system improvement.
More Pages with a Best Practice Work System Focus
- How Great are Your Work Systems?
- Operational Excellence Barriers
- How to Measure and Improve Your Process Improvement Work System
- Ten Ways to Change a Work Culture
- Pursuing Process Excellence workbook
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