Measurement should be more about improving versus about the competition. When installing measures, whether it be a scorecard, dashboard or other visual combination of metrics, it’s important to avoid measurement for the sake of competition.
XLR8 Accelerate by John P Kotter John P. Kotter offers an insight into a dual system in which we see on the one hand an effective hierarchy that enables growth and, secondly, an open network structure which timely corrects the Read More
In the book 4 Disciplines of Execution, authors Sean Covey, Chris McChesney and Jim Huling review Lead and Lag measures. “Lead measures” are actions that affect the outcome, while “lag measures” report the success of past activities. “Lag measures” report Read More
5 Simple Steps to Make a Decision Using a “Pugh” Matrix How many times have you come across a situation where there are many alternatives to choose from and you are unsure how you pick the best option objectively? Fortunately, Read More
As you go through large transformations with new technology initiatives, two things are required to move fast. Success through big change requires the right people and also focus of that talent. Most times organizations have the right people with the right skill Read More