Implementation Procedures For Building Effective Management Systems: Phase IV
Implementing an effective management system is much like the first day of school. When young children walk into that big new classroom for the first time, the effect can be intimidating, even overwhelming. New students are like blank slates: intelligent, capable, but completely untested and unschooled in the challenges that lie ahead. By the time the final bell rings on their academic careers (many lectures, raised hands and exams later) those same students have grown into talented experts in their chosen fields. The difference between "before" and "after" is training, testing and time.