- High Performance Organizations
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High Performance is Defined By Managerial Communications and Actions – How a Management Community Empowers and Governs Organizational Stakeholders Determines an Organization’s Destiny.
High performance businesses are learning organizations that adapt with and sustain their marketplace relevance over time. They constantly learn with customers to achieve satisfaction, add value and pursue excellence faster than competitors. To create, lead and govern a high performance business enterprise requires:
- Aligning the entire management community with customer demand by establishing well-defined strategies and plans, institutionalizing system and process discipline, and using measurements to focus and reinforce stakeholder engagement
- Inviting and engaging customers in collaborative learning, interdependent product and service execution, and collective celebrations of progress achieved, quality delivered and value created
- Being factual and objective in defining potential while being timely, proactive and transparent in seeking feedback and visually validating decision-making
- Using communication technology to effectively share information, facilitate timely communications, and promote in-the-moment learning based performance management.
Management community customer-centeredness, application of a system governance philosophy and methodology, and effective, transparent communications, determine a business enterprise’s potential and longevity. High performance managers embrace complex, ambiguous marketplace dynamics and translate them into something of value for all. They continuously renew an organization’s capacity to compete through constant learning, reinvention, innovation and continuous improvement.
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