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Jun 22

Transition from Teamwork to Unity

Exceptional companies are made, not born.  They start with a strong desire to achieve meaningful goals, and work every day until their entire organization is behind them.  Along the way, they achieve a true sustainable competitive advantage.

Excellent teamwork within your organization is the right starting point for unity.  But unity is more than just teamwork, it’s the way your entire workforce interacts with each other to complete tasks accurately and quickly.

Motivation and efficiency are two more important elements of unity.  Your team must know their goals, how they fit within the organization, and what success means to everyone.  Efficiency is the means to carve time out of the day to plan, communicate, track, and reward performance.  One important efficiency tool is Facility Maintenance Software that shows your management team what is being done as it is happing, so they can fix any problems quickly, and know they stayed fixed.

Employees play a key role in unity.  Your team needs to be strong and reliable.  If someone is working below company standards, it is up to management to effect change.  This is the most important aspect of having strong unity in your organization, because if employees aren’t doing what they are supposed to be doing, work isn’t getting done efficiently, and the most you can achieve is teamwork.

Unity will make your company strong and ensure you to stand out from the competition.  Your customers will value your service if it is easy to work with your company.  Unity in your organization becomes a culture over time that will help you retain the right employees that continue to build on your success.