Chapter 8: Solution action plans
Solution concepts (criteria) need to be turned into appropriate actions. This chapter will provide generalized suggestions for what those action plans might be. It broadly divides them into two. The first is to suggest possible organizational action plans, including changing the financial reward systems to encourage enactment of the concepts. The second is to suggest possible investment projects or initiatives that will also help to enact the solution concepts. For example, new equipment, markets or alliances might be used to enact a concept.
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