Implementation is in our name. It’s what we do
Implementation. Long word. Lots of vowels. Why is it so important? Why is it key to making initiatives sustainable?
Implementation in simple terms is the execution of a project. It’s the secret to creating and maintaining sustainable results.
Implementation is the process of making effective changes required to keep companies making products profitably by aligning their workforce and work practices to a continually changing competitive environment. Done correctly, implementation ensures all initiatives are designed to remain competitive and produce the expected results immediately and forever.
However, that’s not always the case.
Seventy percent of initiatives fail is a statistic attributed to John P. Kotter, author of “Leading Change.” Unfortunately, this is a real statistic. Many outside management services firms say they implement, but it’s not always the case. We’ve all heard the stories about projects failing after consultants leave or the money is depleted. How many consulting binders detailing good ideas are on the bookshelf gathering dust instead of being implemented?
A lot of thought, planning, and cash go into improvement projects. Why do they fail? In essence, many initiatives fail because they weren’t implemented properly. There was no understanding of the plan, no acceptance of the new way of working or no transfer of knowledge. After the outside help leaves, no one knows what to do next, and the initiative dies a slow death.
Implementation is in our name. It’s what we do.
Implementation Engineers uses its proven, data-driven implementation methodology called enCompass®. The two-phase methodology is customized to every client.
It’s a tailored solution designed specifically for your company. enCompass® is nimble and can also be modified as the initiative progresses, and goals are met. It’s all transparent. You and your company leadership guide, learn, and participate in the whole process.
enCompass® increases the success of any kind of initiative in every industry.
Implementation Engineers works shoulder-to-shoulder with employees and leadership to first, understand how the company works; second, help the workforce accept the new thinking and work changes; third, teach the front-line workers and management how to sustain the improvements and results.
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