Ready…Fire!…Aim

Ready…Fire!…Aim

Summary
In the 21st century it is necessary for continuous improvement to become a habit ingrained within organizations. Change today occurs so quickly, that, you either improve or you fall behind your peers. How can organizations and teams establish continuous improvement practices and habits? Michael Masterson's book 'Ready, Fire, Aim: Zero to $100 Million in No Time Flat' teaches us that a key step in continuous improvement is usually the first one – taking action. Begin by realizing that no change effort is ever going to achieve perfection. Over-planning a change loses momentum and interest from the team; another problem will soon develop that pushes the current issue aside. Perfection can be the enemy of “good enough.” "You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great." ~…
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