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Business Development - Incentive, Recognition and Reward
Unit Code: AE84CY005
Credit Value: 5
Unit ID: CCW921
Last registration date: 31/07/2014
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|The learner will
||The learner can
|1. ||Understand that incentives [linked to vital kpi] are an essential element in delivering sustainable performance improvement.|
|1.1 ||Evaluate the role of management in creating a culture of recognition for a job well done.
Explain how front line people have a direct impact in delivering quality to the customer.
Explain why a “Them and Us” culture within a company will adversely affect the customer.
Justify praise for a job well done.|
|2. ||Understand how an incentive, recognition and reward system could be improved within the company.|
|2.1 ||Describe the current capability of the business with regard to delivering sustainable change to improve services and products.
a) two effective potential non-financial; and
b) two financial incentives to improve business performance.
|3. ||Understand business problems can be used to improve performance.|
|3.1 ||Describe a problem within the business.
Evaluate its root causes.
Suggest at least two alternative practical solutions to address the problem in 3.1.
Demonstrate the principles of creative failure [3M post its].
Explain how watching and listening to customers and including the positive value of complaints can improve the business.
Clarify the principle of “Customer First not Last”.|
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- Practice file
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