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Combine the taking of any course with practice at the workplace, feedback, and integration of new skills and information. Designs complex systems that can manage themselves or with little intervention Expertly fashions both simple and complex systems for large groups or organizations Employs the practices, processes, and procedures necessary to get things done Devises the processes and procedures, and clearly communicates them to others Anticipates constraints or sink holes, and incorporates energizers and safeguards to ensure smooth operation without much oversight Organizes people and activities while separating and combining tasks into an efficient workflow Creates opportunities for synergy and integration of workflow by using knowledge of the types of people or groups involved Can follow through with measurement of a process or system that is already designed May always be tinkering and refining, dissatisfied because of unreasonably high standards and expectations May have trouble explaining his or her vision of a process; may never finish anything or be slow to change existing systems May attempt to put too much together at once, misjudging the capacity of others to absorb change May get too comfortable having things run on autopilot; often surprised by negative events To improve your proficiency, ask yourself the following questions on a regular basis: Are the practices, processes, and procedures I have set in motion running as smoothly as I expected? What processes and systems need to be adjusted, augmented, or eliminated to streamline the operation of our organization? What are the constraints we may face, and what safeguards can I put in place now to compensate? Have I matched tasks correctly with available talent, or are adjustments needed? Who do I need to involve in getting input and feedback for the processes and systems currently underway? Am I too confident in the way things are going and surprised by negative events? Please describe the most complex or extensive operation you've had to oversee. Learning more from your plan: These additional remedies will help make this development plan more effective for you.

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    Help them think things through, and trust them to follow the plan. Involve others in the creation of the process or system, and in monitoring the progress of it: Share your mission and goals with the people who will work the system and enlist their help in designing it. Designs complex systems that can manage themselves or with little intervention Expertly fashions both simple and complex systems for large groups or organizations Employs the practices, processes, and procedures necessary to get things done Devises the processes and procedures, and clearly communicates them to others Anticipates constraints or sink holes, and incorporates energizers and safeguards to ensure smooth operation without much oversight Organizes people and activities while separating and combining tasks into an efficient workflow Creates opportunities for synergy and integration of workflow by using knowledge of the types of people or groups involved Can follow through with measurement of a process or system that is already designed May always be tinkering and refining, dissatisfied because of unreasonably high standards and expectations May have trouble explaining his or her vision of a process; may never finish anything or be slow to change existing systems May attempt to put too much together at once, misjudging the capacity of others to absorb change May get too comfortable having things run on autopilot; often surprised by negative events To improve your proficiency, ask yourself the following questions on a regular basis: Are the practices, processes, and procedures I have set in motion running as smoothly as I expected? What processes and systems need to be adjusted, augmented, or eliminated to streamline the operation of our organization? What are the constraints we may face, and what safeguards can I put in place now to compensate? Have I matched tasks correctly with available talent, or are adjustments needed? Who do I need to involve in getting input and feedback for the processes and systems currently underway? Am I too confident in the way things are going and surprised by negative events? Please describe the most complex or extensive operation you've had to oversee.

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    Be a student of how organizations work: Recognize the structure of your organization may be more complex than you think; often, it is more representative of a maze than a straight line. Be purposeful in your communication methods (e-mail, speeches, phone messages, memos) to be sure you are sending the message you intend. Learning more from your plan: These additional remedies will help make this development plan more effective for you.

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