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Team Cleaning: Pilot Testing

Team Cleaning: Pilot Testing

Team cleaning could increase productivity by more than 50%. It relies on three or more cleaning employees to perform specialized tasks. Designers of a good team cleaning program initially create it on paper, then pilot test it to ensure that it is devoid of inefficient tools and equipment (Frank, 1999). Implementing team cleaning requires managerial commitment and upfront efforts, such as space analysis, workloading, acquisition of new equipment, training, and addressing personnel and union issues. The primary goal of team cleaning is to improve cleaning and simplify the cleaning process. It is, therefore, management’s responsibility to guide the organizational change by ensuring commitment, upfront efforts, tools/equipment, and assigning champions to implement the team cleaning concept.

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