Creation of system that identifies standards, creates stretch targets and opportunities for improvement. Assign opportunities to individuals and teams, around strategic, process and task level (sand, pebbles and rocks). Develop Sustainable Continuous Improvement skills at all levels to solve problems and track improvement via visual systems. Ensure sustainable continuous improvement becomes an integral part of how work is completed. Why would you do this?To create a culture of sustainable continuous improvement where everybody improves the services, they deliver for their organization, and to their customers everyday➢Assist and guide the work group, to support the sustainability changes.1. Be Clear About Your GoalsStaff will be much less likely to question your motives if you’re up front about why sustainability is important to your organization. Sharing specific, tangible goals (e.g., increase use of public transportation by 40%) will motivate staff to join in the effort. Show your people that you’re integrating these objectives into operations: tie them to overall business objectives and performance evaluations and implement relevant policies and procedures.2. Make it PersonalIf you’re trying to encourage behaviour change in the workplace and beyond, you need to make the benefits relevant to staff as individuals.