Implementation implies that first an idea needs to be formulated, then a decision is made and afterward the actual can work begin. However, this is not the case. Every step-discovery, planning, contracting and engaging people-is all a part of the implementation process. The main focus of implementation should be to bring people together to create and plan how to make something work. Implementation does not actually begin until the people who do the work decide whether they are going to make real changes or simply go through the motions.
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Peter Block’s Flawless Consulting Skills workshops and courses are offered exclusively by Designed Learning, Inc. In the last 25 years Designed Learning has trained over 1,000,000 people for hundreds of companies worldwide on how to have their skills and knowledge utilized and their recommendations implemented based on the best selling Flawless Consulting: A Guide to Getting Your Expertise Used. This has helped to create workplaces and communities that facilitate empowerment, stewardship and chosen accountability.