Organizational Performance

To get the entire organization to high perform is all about yours and your organizations execution skills. A brilliant strategy is priceless. But if it is not executed – that is brought alive – it’s useless. Therefore it is crucial that you’re in charge of an effective culture that gives your brilliant strategy tailwind – and not headwind, so that it is “eaten for breakfast.”

”Culture eats strategy for breakfast”

– Peter Drucker

How many organizations have a culture?
All, of course. It’s just far from anyone who has a culture – collective behavior – that maximizes existing resources and thereby the chances of success.

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Are you heading up an ambitious vision?

To create significantly better results in less time starts with one decision. Yours! Your commitment to be the leader. Your decision to believe that you will succeed as a team as you know that your potential is much greater than the results show today. Your vision should be so ambitious that you have no idea how to achieve it (right now). But you KNOW that you every day for the next few years will fight hard to achieve it – by consciously unfolding the potential and leading the growth culture. A high performance culture.

A typical organization performance project will run for two to three years of deep and intensive involvement on my part, up to 100 days a year. Therefore I am only involved myself only in one major growth project at a time.

A typical project

A high organizational performance project and cooperation is tailored to the individual company – a typical project looks, in headlines, as follows;

  1. Executive coaching with the CEO and firm decision on an ambitious growth goal
  2. Involving the management team, a paradigm shift
  3. Developing the growth strategy
  4. Execution training of the management team
  5. Involving the middle managers
  6. Developing a high performance culture throughout the organization
  7. Ongoing monitoring the growth performance and follow-up

“Most teams are over-managed and under-led”

– Stephen R. Covey, Author
7 Habits of Highly Effective People