Each time a new President moves into the Oval Office there is considerable discussion, anticipation and focus on the first 100 days in office. New Presidents seek to set the tone of their administration and begin to implement the platform and agenda on which they campaigned. The approach also applies to construction businesses.
What will the Presidents agenda be? What will the key goals and objectives be? What existing programs will be stopped and what new initiates will be launched?
These are just a few key areas new Presidents address. The first 100 days are an opportunity to set the tone and direction for the new administration and the country. Once the new agenda is set, The new presidents bring focus and clarity, align resources, and coordinate efforts to get results.
The same approach can be applied to your business, organization or department today. You don’t have to be in a new role or company to apply the 100 Day Approach.
Construction leaders and projects managers have an opportunity at the start of a new year, quarter or project to share priorities and expectation with team members.
Image you are have the next 100 days to set the direction and tone for your organization or project. What are your key goals and objectives? What will you accomplish? What pace and tone will you set?
This approach can help set organizational expectations, achieve clarity of purpose and gain better alignment our your people and staff. More importantly, this can energize your team and help give them focus on achieving the results you desire.