Restoring Success: Assignment of Responsibility

“Who left that job site in that condition?”Who was responsible for the job site that day?“Who didn’t get the oil changed in the truck?”Who is responsible for that and do they know they are responsible for it?“Why can’t we get the warehouse reorganized?”There is a highly engaged group who want to help but nobody is responsible to lead the group and the ultimate outcome.If you ever have a situation like this and find yourself:

  • Without an answer,
  • An unclear answer, or
  • Find the person that you held accountable was unclear about their responsibility…

…Then, it may be helpful to consider or review the assignment of responsibility in your organization. Our COO’s latest Restoration & Remediation article reminds us that we can develop people and celebrate achievements and jobs well done when responsibility is clear. Good people get things done well when they are aware that they are responsible for them. As the business saying goes, “Things that get rewarded get done.” Read the full article here!You can find all of Lisa’s articles, which she writes monthly, here.Posted 13th February by Angela Cremer