Denton small business group health insurance

 

 

Denton small business group health insurance

Set priorities

Setting priorities among demands can reveal which, if any, are unnecessary. Most of us adhere to some degree to the adage. “Anything worth doing is worth doing well.” This sentiment can become dangerous, Steve Kerr of GE notes, if it is taken, as it often is, to mean, “Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.” If Decision A requires a high-performing team, this reasoning goes, then every Denton small business group health insurance decision should be made by high-performing teams; if one group of employees benefited from a training program, then all employees must go through the same Denton small business group health insurance program. Such thinking processes and their conclusions overwhelm employees. By setting priorities, some activities will be revealed as worth doing well; others will be shown to be worth not doing at all.

At General Electric, the culture-change effort called Workout began with a focus on eliminating non-value-added work. An assumption behind this focus was that work accumulates the same way clutter does in closets and attics: by piling up without much conscious thought or reason. Cleaning out closets requires discarding Denton small business group health insurance that are no longer useful. Cleaning out work systems requires discarding work processes that are no longer adding value. To accomplish this cleansing at GE, for example, all bureaucratic processes—reports, approvals, procedures, measures, and meetings—were examined in light of the question “Is there a customer who gets value from this work?” If the answer was no, the work was eliminated. Other specific questions used to assess the value of Denton small business group health insurance include the following.

Reports: who uses the information in the report? How does the information improve decision-making? How accurate and up-to-date is the information? How much time is spent preparing the Denton small business group health insurance report?

Approvals: how often does someone say no? If requisitions (for example, for tuition waiver or travel approval) are always signed, then the required signature is more bureaucratic form than a source of added value. Who is ultimately responsible for the action resulting from the approval? Does the approval process focus on this Denton small business group health insurance?

 

 

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