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Motivate teams to perform at their best.

Last year, 47% of workers in the manufacturing sector have either recently changed jobs or are planning to do so soon.
Why is it that manufacturing companies have been struggling to keep their best talent in recent years?

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It's not (only) about the money.

  • Values mismatch: Especially young professionals prioritize work culture even over their salary. If they don’t get along with their colleagues or feel that the values of the organization aren't in line with their personal values, they are very likely to move on. 

  • Lack of motivation and purpose: Taking pride in your work massively improves motivation. People that don’t feel proud of their contribution and perceive that their work isn’t important and meaningful often feel disconnected and discouraged. 

  • Not being involved in processes: Nothing kills motivation like feeling your voice isn’t valued. Disengaged team members very often underperform at their tasks. 

When workers are treated as thinking humans instead of just “a pair of hands to do the work”, their intrinsic motivation and commitment to the company increases massively.
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Losonci, Demeter, Jenei (2011)

International Journal of Production Economics 131.1


Learn to improve.

  • Make sure everyone has the opportunity to grow and improve their skills at the moment of need.

  • Encourage team members to share best practices with each other. Collaboration fosters a sense of belonging and improves motivation.

  • Reward team members for expressing their constructive thoughts and feedback.

  • Improve standard operating procedures based on both quantitative and qualitative data. 

Build a culture of continuous learning.

Implement accessible on-the-job training tools with standard operating procedures and work instructions that everyone can use.

→ 20% time-saving in task execution.

Culture of learning

Involve to continuously improve.

Crowdsource the knowledge from a diverse group of participants with subject-matter expertise that evolves and improves over time.

→ 70% reduction in instruction authoring time.

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Why you should care about motivating your frontline teams.

Boosting employee engagement and motivation by involving frontliners in process improvements and training has multiple long-term benefits: 
  • Retain valued employees.
  • Increases an organization's product quality
  • Higher performance. 
  • Improved relations between management and teams.
  • Lower levels of absenteeism.
  • Elevate employer brand. That’s why all companies should strive to motivate their teams to perform at their best.