Your Principles Guide Behavior and Create Culture
In business’s life, the values which guide how decisions are made, are the most important factors - more so than any other aspect. If only everyone worked together effectively, we would be so much more successful.
My track record speaks for itself. With over $1B in tangible, measured savings delivered, and many times that figure in growth enabled, I can bring real measurable value to your organization - and quickly. The accomplishments have been done in very short timesframe, at more than a dozen Fortune 1000 companies - including 5 Fortune 100s, as well as small start up organizations. I’ve also led creation of numerous well-known breakthrough innovations.
Unique Approach - Consistent Success
I see business in a totally different way. I don’t look at business as only projects and budgets, but rather as systemic inter-relationships of human behavior - behavior, that when understood, can be managed to radically change how you work, optimizing the performance, and even shifting the culture of an organization. Decisions get made in a consistent, unified manner.
I try to avoid being involved in “fire-fighting” - I much prefer building “sprinkler systems”. Rather that solely focusing on projects, success is found through concentrating on identifying and improving the systemic, cultural, organizational, or behavioral characteristics that impede effective delivery of business value. By leveraging your existing wealth of talent, and getting everyone making decisions for the same reasons and in line with core decision values, you will release the real creative genius and work capacity of the employees in ways you can hardly imagine.
“Purpose and principle, clearly understood and articulated, and commonly shared, are the genetic codes of any healthy organization. To the degree that you hold purpose and principles in common among you, you can dispense with command and control. People will know how to behave in accordance with them, and they’ll do it in thousands of unimaginable, creative ways. The organization will become a vital, living set of beliefs.”
Dee Hock, Founder of VISA,
quoted by Alan Hirsch in The Forgotten Ways
Organizations whose values are aligned with their strategies tend to achieve outstanding results. One 11-year study showed that companies with cultures that aligned values with strategies increased their revenue by 682 percent versus 166 percent for other companies.
Source: Performance Engineering Group
See this website for the upcoming book on this subject,
“Executive Intent - From Strategy to Delivery - how managing behavior drives execution performance excellence”
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