How Do I Keep the Change Alive?
Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.
—Vincent van Gogh
After the project has been implemented, colleagues will naturally identify modifications to improve processes and procedures. They may, however, not push to have them put in place, being too busy to do so or assuming someone else will be doing it.
An effective way of keeping the change alive is to determine what needs fixing or enhancing so that the change works for colleagues and the project realizes its intended benefits (or even uncovers new benefits) and full potential. Each modification should make colleagues' lives easier and improve effectiveness, so the more you can identify, the better the change will be. (Left ...