Random Acts of Improvement: Detrimental to Performance

 

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APQC often talks about "random acts of improvement"—improvement efforts executed in a vacuum, without acknowledgement of the effects they might have on the rest of the organization or how they do or do not align with strategic business objectives. This article includes figures that illustrate how improvements should and should not be undertaken and explains the factors organizations should consider before implementing improvements.

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