The old saying is “practice makes perfect”. Is this really the case? When you perform repetitive tasks, muscle memory occurs but this does not judge whether or not you performed the task well. You could be doing poorly and repeating the same mistakes over and over…The key to building good muscle memories is to focus on the quality along with the quantity.
At Daxko, quality is measured along with quantity. We are constantly reviewing the way we do even the smallest of tasks. Things as simple as dine and dash programs, standing only meeting rooms, daily standups are just a few examples of someone asking the question: “Are we going through the motions, or are we performing at a quality level”?
Many people talk about the process to achieving greatness. However, we may put in poor practice habits that limit us from achieving our goals. I am happy to say at Daxko this is not the case. We may not always get it right the first time we practice; but we do analyze the mistakes we made so we can make the needed improvements. This is one of the best things about working at Daxko. There is always a sense or energy in the air that something can be improved on or something in the process can be tweaked to make it better overall.
This is truly what makes Daxko different. Questions are continually asked and mediocrity is not accepted. We strive to have quality practices and not just quantity.