The most valuable habit
to develop is
the commitment you
need to make on your
In order to reach your goals, it’s important to develop the habit of learning from your experiences while putting action into practice, and to make a commitment to improving all aspects of your life.
At Netman, we provide the technology and systems necessary for you to make this an ongoing process. Our service will help you break through any barrier that you are facing.
The worst enemy in reaching your goals is going at it alone. It’s very difficult to change your behavior all by yourself, without others taking an interest in your efforts. When we add the feedback that is a product of team relationships (F), we are able to make the PDCA cycle keep going around.
Clarify the deadline and criteria for reaching the goal; set specific, focused goals
D Behaviors and Habits
Eliminate the non-continuous elements, and plan the behaviors and habits that need to be repeated
Think back deeply on your behavior in an objective way, by doing a self-analysis of your own experiences and putting them into writing
Share mutual feedback within the team, and use the opinions and perspectives of others in your next actions to take
A Behavior Improvement
Based on what you’ve noticed yourself or learned from others, change your behavioral plan to one that you can commit to
- Send you an action plan via automated emails once a week.
- Send you reminder emails, letting you know what needs to get done.
- Quantify how much of a habit your behaviors have become, by logging how you’ve put them into practice.- Give you the feeling at a glance of having grown.
- Use cross-functional teams within your organization for learning via mutual feedback.
- Allow you to put the principle of competitiveness into practice between teams.
You can use your PC, smartphone or tablet as a system to help you put the PDCFA cycle into practice.
This is a support system that assists you in putting behaviors into continual practice, as well as in making the behaviors that change your habits become second-nature.
Applied December 2, 2015 by applicant/inventor Kenichi Nagaya
PCT filed (International Patent Application)
Dec. 2, 2005
Date of Patent: Sep. 25, 2012
Patent No.: US 8.275.651 B2
“System for self-checking of goal achievement,
on the part of the members within an organization”
Acquired August 24, 2007
Patented Product No. 4001300
Netman’s methods and systems have been introduced to deal with all kinds of training topics. What’s more, all of our methods and systems can be modified for sustaining behavioral change in order to achieve goals. Training participants want to use the system more and more due to its approachability, and the system can be used to automatically measure transformations in behavior. The administrative features can be used to visualize how the behaviors are being put into practice in real time, which makes follow-up quick and easy.
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