Course Content
Establish ways of working within team
In this unit, you'll learn how to establish effective team dynamics by identifying team members, communicating objectives, and promoting continuous improvement and innovation through mentoring and coaching. It also involves developing strategies for monitoring and evaluating performance and sustainability while seeking input from stakeholders for improvement opportunities
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Identify improvements
This topic focuses on identifying and implementing improvements within a team. It involves analysing performance reports, recognising changing trends and opportunities, and collecting data to assess areas for improvement in supply chains and operational systems. Additionally, it includes conducting gap analyses to pinpoint improvement needs, fostering communication among team members regarding identified improvement areas, and identifying learning opportunities for team skill enhancement.
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Implement innovative processes
This topic covers the implementation of innovative processes. It involves confirming objectives, timeframes, measures, and communication plans for effective implementation. Addressing the impact of change on individuals and implementing transition plans is crucial. Additionally, it includes contingency planning for non-performance, investigating failures, managing challenges, and ensuring the capture and management of learning through a knowledge management system
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Develop workplace culture and tools for continuous improvement, innovation and learning
This topic focuses on developing a workplace culture that fosters continuous improvement, innovation, and learning. It involves regular evaluation of improvement systems and innovation, communicating the costs and benefits to stakeholders, establishing rewards for these practices, and actively seeking and responding to feedback from stakeholders to enhance the culture of improvement and innovation.
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BSBSTR601 Manage innovation and continuous improvement
About Lesson

Recording feedback and using a feedback register after presenting solutions to a problem is crucial for several reasons. It enables systematic documentation of stakeholders’ opinions and concerns, fostering transparency and accountability. By analysing this feedback, you can refine and improve solutions, ensuring they align with expectations and needs. It also provides a valuable record of decision-making processes and allows for continuous learning and adaptation, enhancing the overall problem-solving and decision-making capabilities of an organisation.

A sample feedback register is provided in your exercise files. After watching the lesson, download the template for use in your assessment. 

 

Exercise Files
Feedback register template.docx
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