"The best way to predict your future is to create it" - Peter F. Drucker
For this reason, goals are defined in the planning phase as precisely as possible, possible sources of error are identified in advance and suitable measures are defined.
In EcholoN, these measures can be represented as processes, times can be planned and responsibilities can be distributed.
"It is not enough to want - you also have to do it." Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
After the planning, the action follows. The measures are now being carried out and documented as planned.
With EcholoN, the process progress can be displayed at any time. Other related processes, documents or files can be embedded or linked.
Check course and wind direction
"Where would we go if everyone said, where would we go and nobody would go to see where you would go if you went." Kurt Marti
Have the goals set been achieved? Have the measures been successful? These and other questions are answered in the control phase of the process.
EcholoN provides data and key figures, as well as complete documentation of the route.
"Anyone who has made a mistake and does not correct it makes a second mistake." Confucius
Now it's about the insights from the process. Can recommendations for action be derived? Can new standards be defined? What errors have occurred and how can they be avoided?
At the end of this phase, new processes are planned or existing ones optimized. The cycle begins again.