Organizations have been in existence for thousands of years, some successful and long lasting, others short lived. Through the years there have been no clear-cut criteria or formula for success. Many business organizations have been successful through such intangible attributes as dumb luck, falling into a niche marketplace, being the first, consumer acceptance, and so on. Other companies using the best available business acumen and methods have failed miserably. Identifying, implementing, and maintaining the secret of success is an elusive target. Banking on what has worked in the past and your own internal Ouija board are ineffective substitutes for objective internal appraisal and external comparison and analysis in the search for best practices. The quest for best practices maintains the organization's program of continuous improvement and helps to gain competitive advantage.
Upon successful completion of Implementing Best Practices, the user should be able to:recognize the concept of best practice implementation for improved operations,determine what it means 'to do the right thing, the right way,'identify organizational roadblocks that prevent the use of best practices,analyze operations in a program of continuous improvements, andimplement a program on on-going search for best practices.
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