First, companies have not put an improvement infrastructure in place prior to launch. There is no framework for success. Second, most companies don’t have a concrete means for tracking early victories and converting them into powerful next steps. This week on Visual Workplace Radio, your host and visual workplace expert, Gwendolyn Galsworth, shares the two sets of start-up requirements that companies need at the start of every improvement process (including visual conversions) in order to ensure intended outcomes happen and are long-term and sustainable. Listen and learn about the first four: 1) the Three Outcomes—the overriding goals of every transformation; 2) the importance of naming/knowing a Vision Place; and 3) importance of tracking bottom-line results; and 4) the meaning of great training materials. This is the first of a two-part series you won’t want to miss.