The Importance of a Game Plan

The Importance of a Game Plan

Rassie Erasmus proved during the World Cup how important a game plan is. He had a carefully planned strategy resulting in many discussions by supporters on the so-called useless kicking game by Faf de Klerk. During the last game against England, he had a different game plan that surprised everybody – the Springboks won because of his game plan and he is now hailed as a genius in the rugby community.

So, what is the benefit of having a game plan:

  • It  binds all team members to a common goal
  • Everybody is aware of the path to reach the goal
  • Everybody knows what their role is and what is expected of them
  • You can calculate what your required resources are
  • You can train role players for their expected duties
  • You can measure your deliverables

The same can be said for a health and safety plan. In any business, it serves the same purpose as the game plan for the Springboks. If you don’t have a plan, your employees will not know what is expected of them and your efforts will most likely fail.

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Contact your nearest SWP branch for more information or contact our head office:

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