How to start a Suggestion Scheme – part 6


How to start a Suggestion Scheme:

We have covered how people are so important to the success in part 5, now we need to look at how your resources within your organisation are planned to produce maximum yield.

Resource Planning

It is necessary to have a sufficient budget to ensure the efficient and effective running of the programme. Budget allocation will be dependent on what will be paid centrally from the programme. The budget planning and review should consider all actions and plans as set out in the Business and Marketing Plans.

There are some points to consider when planning:

  • Who will pay awards and fund recognition activities?
  • Who will pay for staffing the programme?
  • Will managers/administrators require training?
  • Attendance at ideasUK conference and networking events
  • Set targets and monitor these in line with business and marketing plan
  • Report to management on outcomes
  • Consider if the programme can be linked with other initiatives. This can result in a more effective use of resources within the organisation

How to start a Suggestion Scheme:

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