manufacturing articles business management businesses Marketing sales Technology Business finance Lean Manufacturing small business Investing articles employee health

Implementing new procedure

As a manager or a business owner you have probably had to implement new procedures at one point or another. But no matter how many times you have to do it sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. But the good news is that even though you might have run into problems implementing new procedures before there are some things that you can do to make implementing new procedures easier.

Here are some tips you should follow for implementing new procedures.

Tip one:
The first thing that you need to do is to get management to show support for the new program. The reason for this is that management is responsible for directing the activities of the people within the organization, which includes the control of the management process itself, and having management supporting the program is necessary to implement an overall quality program. One thing that you need to keep in mind is that managing people consists of more than controlling their activities and that management must provide the appropriate leadership in demonstrating its commitment to the new program. Management must also show the other employees what their vision and mission is, not to mention they must make available the funds for the implementation of the program. Without these things in place, no quality program will succeed.

Tip two:
Another thing that you need to think about when implementing a new procedure is what kind of a program you are going to implement. There are a variety of programs available for companies to choose from and the thing is that not every program is going to be right for every company. So what you are going to need to do before implementing a new quality management program for your company is to find out about all of the various quality management programs that apply to your industry and pick the one that is best for your needs. You should also keep in mind that some programs are designed for large companies but that doesn't mean that they can't be adapted for medium sized manufacturing companies.

Tip three:
Another thing that you are going to need to consider when implementing a new procedure is that when you are first introducing it to the company you are going to want to do it one small area at a time. What this means is to pick on area of your company that needs the most work and begin the program in this area. This will allow you to figure out all of the bugs and quirks that come with implementing this program before you take it company wide. Once you have mastered it in one area you will need to move on to another area until eventually you have the entire company on this program.

Tip four:
The last thing that you are going to need to think about when it comes to implementing a new procedure is the cost that it is going to have on your company. What this means is that you are going to have to think about how much money your company is going to end up spending putting this program to work and then think about how much money the company will save or earn because of this program to see if the overall cost is worth it. If you are going to end up spending more than you can save you will want to think about going with a different type of program or changing the one you are going to use to better meet your needs.

FREE: Get More Leads!
How To Get More LeadsSubscribe to our free newsletter and get our "How To Get More Leads" course free via email. Just enter your first name and email address below to subscribe.
First Name *
Email *

Get More Business Info
Sponsored Links
Recent Articles


Copyright 2003-2020 by - All Rights Reserved
Privacy Policy, Terms of Use