How to Apply the Principles of Best Practice

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In an age of increasing deregulation, technological change, and new competitive attitudes, organisations must become nationally - even internationally - competitive. To do so, it is essential to pursue ‘best practices’ - comprehensive, integrated, and cooperative approaches to the continuous improvement of all parts of an organisation’s operations. Leading-edge companies achieve world- class standards of performance in this way. Here are the general principles of best practice. Consider adopting them... 1. Develop a shared vision and strategic plan. Central to achieving best practice is a vision of world-class performance, shared by everyone in the organisation, translated into action through a strategic plan. 2. Ensure that your bosses are committed. Committed bosses are essential to drive and support change processes. And one of their key roles is not only to provide leadership but also to recognise and encourage leadership at all levels of the organisation. 3. Provide a flatter organisational structure. [...]