Implementation will depend upon the action(s) that need to be taken. Plans will be re-discussed and achievable goals will be set. Tasks will be assigned to the employees, giving clear objectives, and delivery expectations. Employees will also be provided with a clear overview of the changes that were introduced. If required, the employee will undergo training.
Implementation is the most critical part of a new business process, as it involves significant changes to how things have been done in the past. Therefore, there can be some resistance from employees and even a drop of productivity in the initial phase. However, these conditions will gradually improve as your employees become familiar with the new processes and techniques.
It’s critical that there’s a perfect combination of soft skills and hard skills in order to effectively implement the changes needed within an organization. Soft skills include leadership, communication, and conflict management. Hard skills involve strategic planning and project management.
We also do periodic reviews of performance, cost analysis, and customer service on behalf of the business, in order to ensure that the new business process is on the right track and is delivering the expected results.