The great thing is, it's not rocket science. It simply leverages natural laws and human tendencies to reach people on the inside (where it counts).
Swanzey, NH (PRWEB) August 14, 2008
The Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc. (PPI) today announced publication of its latest Special Report: "Viral Accountability: When 'Good Enough' is Not an Option."
This Report, available for free download, puts the pieces together that answer the age-old question, "How do you get workers to do the right things (and do them correctly)"?
"The way I like to couch this," explained Tim Autrey, Founder and CEO of PPI, "reminds me of the discovery of the wheel. At some point, ancient man figured out that with only minor modification, he could put two round stones, a couple holes, and a stick together (stuff that had been 'lying around' forever)- and the world would never be the same."
"Viral Accountability is equally revolutionary. It puts the pieces of human and organizational performance together in a way that changes everything relative to six sigma implementation, human error reduction, safety enhancement, and performance improvement," Autrey continued.
This Report is the latest document published by the Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc., following on the heels of a series of videos (also available free to the public) that introduce HU-2.0, the beginning of a global Mastermind of performance improvement professionals.
The Report specifically addresses the top four challenges facing organizations wanting to improve worker performance:
(1) How to get workers to 'buy-in' to new ideas and methods of doing work
(2) How to capture needed management and supervisory support
(3) How to get workers to do what they're supposed to do (even when no one is watching)
(4) How to genuinely change the culture of the organization
"The results we've achieved with our clients validate that this is the next-generation approach to human performance," continued Autrey. "The great thing is, it's not rocket science. It simply leverages natural laws and human tendencies to reach people on the inside (where it counts)."
The Report can be downloaded for free here.
For more information, Contact:
Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc.