Consider this scenario
Each of your business units designed and executed action plans following your 2010 survey. Now fast forward to 2011 and your latest survey. The results are stunning: questions that were the focus of action have improved their score by an average of 6.3 points; questions that were not have seen their score fall by an average of 0.1 points.
This is based on real data. It supports what we know: companies that commit to action and have a robust action process in place improve at a much faster rate than those that don't.
It comes down to two things - commitment and process. And it's a pretty convincing argument in favour of our action planning process.
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