Take your improvement initiative from
Average success rate of improvement initiatives.
Source: McKinsey Research
Average success rate of 1FOCUS projects
Source: actual data 1FOCUS tool
1FOCUS is a simple way of working to achieve a specific result, that any team can learn
This way of working can be applied by any team, that really wants better results. See how the implementation process works and examples.
To get different results, we need to do things differently.
1FOCUS delivers a breakthrough by:
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We package content in blogs, videos & downloadable files. It's all about achieving your (project) goals successfully.
See some clients results with 1FOCUS
"After 1 year of working with 1FOCUS, we achieved results I had never seen in my entire career."
CEO Luba, temp agency
"Because of 1FOCUS we can now highly predict the customer satisfaction scores that we will achieve for our clients."
CEO Cendris, call center
A key element in building success is tracking progress. Both on the outcomes as on key activities by team members. 1FOCUS implementation includes an online tool for teams to track their results.
See all functions and demo at the resources page.
Ronald van Westering (1969) is founder of the 1FOCUS methodology and consulting network. He started 1FOCUS in 2015 in The Netherlands and is now building a network of consultants all over the world. Their mission: Guiding teams to get better results with highly engaged people.
Before he started 1FOCUS, Ronald was leading the Execution Practice of FranklinCovey in The Netherlands for 6 years. He co-authored of the dutch version of the bestselling book The 4 Disciplines of Execution by FranklinCovey.
Ronald and his team have guided over 40 companies implementing their strategy, with an average goal achievement success rate of 96%.
Menno is project-pilot & coach, PMI-PMP®, AgilePM® & GPM-bTM certified.
He spent 25 years working on projects, while coaching & training thousands of project managers globally in basic and advanced project management skills & techniques.
Menno has a personal focus on sustainable project success. His key motivation is to see project teams improve themselves to deliver sustainable project results. He is co-author of the book “Five frustrations of project managers… and what you can do with it!”
Ronald van Westering