Daily Accountability Process
The Daily Accountability Process is a way of involving people at all levels of the organization in checking whether the organization is on-track for our goals, projects, and performance metrics. This is done through a series of brief team meetings designed to identify, escalate, and resolve issues. Daily Accountability meetings go by various names but share certain features in common. Learn how to design, operate and benefit from a Daily Accountability Process.
How to Create a Team Huddle Agenda
The basic activity unit of daily accountability is the team huddle. Effective team huddles rely on brief, focused, visual, and flexible agendas. Learn the requirements for creating, practicing, and improving team huddle agendas.
How to Build an Escalation System
One of the goals of daily management is to rapidly identify and address problems that prevent teams from reaching their performance goals every day. While some problems can be solved at the team level, many require timely attention and support from other parts of the organization. Learn how an escalation system builds a culture of rapid problem solving by creating a chain of communication and help from the front lines to the top of the organization.