Periodic management cycle
What is a periodic management cycle?
A periodic management cycle refers to the method through which you are informed about your progress in achieving your strategic objectives and other goals outlined in the multi-year plan, allowing you to adjust and steer accordingly. Here, the management cycle represents the activities within the management task that consist of:
- Directing employees
- Evaluating results.
With Deming's PDCA (Plan Do Check Act) cycle, continuous process improvement is the basis for implementing the periodic management cycle.
This enables you to monitor whether you are on track to realize your multi-year plan while simultaneously implementing improvements in the processes.
In the PDCA cycle, the executive management is responsible for the highest level at which the processes are directed.
The management forms a bridge between the highest level and the employee level.
The core of the PDCA cycle is that, in principle, every employee and participant in a process is capable of assessing and improving their own work methods.
Ultimately, the actions of the employee are a derived (sub-) process of the highest level.
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