4 STUPID MISTAKES THAT THREATEN YOUR INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
You might miss something, or someone on your team overlooks a high priority incident – like a heart attack.
We know this.
You know this!
Every operation has its good days and bad.
You’re going to have those mishaps that leave you frustrated.
Nothing to stress over, right?
It’s how you react to them that matters, right?
What’s your justification when this happens all the time?
That’s not minor.
That’s not a one-time “oops.”
How do you evaluate the readiness of your operation when incidents are regularly slipping through the cracks?
It’s obvious; your incident management isn’t up to snuff.
We’d venture to say that if you’re always reacting to what’s occurring throughout your property – you’re making a few major mistakes.
Keep reading; we believe we know which ones and how to solve them.
4 MISTAKES OPERATIONS MAKE
We’ve learned quite a bit about what it takes to run a first-class operation over the years of working with top-notch professionals.
Building a proactive operation, rather than a reactive one takes some skill.
So, who better to learn from than other proactive operations?
Interestingly enough, the ones that are operating at maximum performance have four qualities in common.
So, if you’re missing any of these, that’s a problem we’re going to help you fix today.
You could be making these four mistakes that threaten your incident management:
- Not having the right resources and solutions in place to achieve full awareness
- Not having real-time communications deployed to coordinate and communicate critical information at the speed-of-type™
- Documenting vital issue and incident details using a pen, paper, or a spreadsheet
- ‘Going with your gut’ to make significant operational decisions because you don’t track data or don’t know how. You need data to measure performance!
You might be thinking this is obvious, then why don’t you have this taken care handled?
If you do have these potential oversights handled, please share this article with someone who you believe will benefit from learning these valuable lessons today.
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