Teaching Smart vs. not LO13644

Neil Love (neil@lblconsulting.com)
Fri, 16 May 1997 09:17:23 -0700 (PDT)

Replying to LO13621 --

Bill Harris wrote

>I've used this idea in the past to explain why good processes in one
>organization haven't worked in another. They were likely created in the
>first based on values that aren't shared by people in the second. When
>the second organization gets the process, it doesn't map to their needs
>or experience.

Based on my years of benchmarking at GE Corporate Consulting and our own
business, LBL Consulting, Inc.

I support your above comment 100%.

If an company really thinks the other company's Best Practice needs to be
installed, a focused culture change effort must precede that to establish
the values and norms to support implementing and maintaining the Best

Neil Love
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