As you step into the role of a manager, you will soon realise that managers actually don’t have it easier–being a manager is taking on a whole new world of challenges mostly related to organisational issues. You’ll soon realise that you will constantly be challenged to increase your business unit’s productivity. You will get called on to maximise your team’s efficiency. Your measure of success will be hinged on your department’s impact on organisational goals.
The new normal brings its own set of challenges such as virtual collaboration, communication issues brought about by lack of human touch, the deteriorating separation of personal from professional life, and increasingly demanding consumer behavior.
The challenges can be daunting–but only if you do not have the right systems thinking tools. This course will teach you to formulate and implement solutions to various organisation issues typically encountered by managers. Learn to facilitate the implementation of a productivity framework through this e-learning course.
Establish your own role and responsibilities in the implementation of the productivity framework.
Facilitate the establishment of a productivity management structure and assign responsibilities and accountabilities to stakeholders for implementation of the productivity framework.
Create awareness for the productivity improvement initiative and communicate details of the Productivity Road Map and Action Plan to stakeholders.
Engage and encourage employees to participate in the productivity improvement initiative.
Provide necessary training to prepare stakeholders to implement the productivity framework.
Identify and arrange for the resources required for the implementation of the productivity framework according to recommendations in the Productivity Road Map and Action Plan.
Monitor the implementation of the productivity framework based on recommendations in the Productivity Road Map and Action Plan.
Compile and evaluate results gathered on productivity measurements and report findings to relevant stakeholders.
Link staff performance appraisals, recognition, and rewards to productivity according to results of productivity measurements.
Evaluate the effectiveness of the implementation of the productivity framework and report findings with recommendations for improvement to relevant stakeholders.