Successful Change Programs Begin with Results

Successful Change Programs Begin with Results

"Results-driven" approaches offer greater potential for improvement because they focus on achieving specific, measurable goals

Many corporate improvement efforts have negligible results because they focus on activities, not results, and there is no explicit connection between action and outcome. "Results-driven" approaches offer greater potential for improvement because they focus on achieving specific, measurable goals. By committing to incremental change, managers not only can see results faster but also determine more quickly what is working and what isn't.

Harvard Business Review, January-February 1992

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