High performance organizations get the results they want—consistently. They don’t waste their people, their money, or their materials. Their goals are noble, and they are committed to excellence in everything they do. High performance organizations:
⇒ Align people, processes, metrics, and outcomes
⇒ Build rich communication and collaboration networks
⇒ Cultivate creativity
⇒ Adapt well in changing environments
⇒ Make innovation just another part of getting work done
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How I can help
- Alignment makes organizational success repeatable. This is why I work with leaders and managers to ensure their policies, procedures, communication, and decision making processes are all heading in the same direction.
- Networks are the life-blood of high performance organizations. To sustain creative energy and focus, I work with organizations to build and strengthen interdisciplinary teams and foster free-flowing communication and feedback loops within and across divisions. These robust networks enhance alignment and increase the likelihood that individuals and teams will be able to develop creative and innovative solutions to their own or their customer’s challenges.
- Consistently creative organizations intend to be so. Although some creative efforts are entirely new expressions, more often than not, creativity involves building on that which is already known, or borrowing from one context to inform solutions in another.
- Innovation is creativity in action. Every type of organization needs to innovate as their customer’s, clients’ or patients’ needs evolve. Organizations that cultivate their workforce and support highly networked interdisciplinary teams are better able to respond to changing economic, social, regulatory, and political environments.