1. Honest Current Standards: One of the most important aspects of gap analysis is evaluating your team’s current practice standards honestly. Without an honest analysis of exactly how your team currently functions, there is little way to ensure your gap analysis truly corrects any unhelpful behavior.
2. Future: How do you want your team to function in the future? Establishing these goals will help you and your teammates recognize routes toward improvement.
3. List Remedies: Problems usually do not have only one solution. List many different ways your team can solve productivity problems, and then try each out to see which solution fits best.
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