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Part II: Building a Strong Foundation > Establishing Accountability

Chapter 11. Establishing Accountability

A supervisor or builder must continually check the progress of the job. As the action progresses, modifying and adjusting the plan may be necessary to keep the team focused and on target. This process is called accountability.

Once a project has begun, an accountability system is needed to make sure it will progress according to plan and the ultimate objective will be achieved. Accountability should be established during the planning process and be as simple as possible. When the accountability system is in place, the leader and the team can compare what is happening with what was expected. From the ongoing results, it may be necessary to revise the objective, modify the plan, reorganize, or take added motivational steps or other appropriate action.


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