Going For Measured Results – Not For Broke

It’s All About Performance

So when you work on your variable or variables – depending on your model for Performance Improvement (PI) – the difference in your Baselines Measures from the start until after your implementation has a chance to take hold and have an impact – a positive return for the investments – is how you measure success. Meeting Expectations – Performance Requirements – Well Enough.

If you are a Good Steward of Shareholder Equity – and of Stakeholder Interests you know the Performance Requirements of each.

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Shareholder Equity

A reasonable return on their financial investment – and at a reasonable risk level – is expected.

“Reasonable” being determined by each Shareholder.

Or they take their blocks of money and go home, or elsewhere.

Perhaps to your competition.

Stakeholder Interests

A reasonable return at a reasonable risk level – is expected.

“Reasonable” being determined by each Stakeholder.

And they vary. In Needs and Wants.

And – the Customer Is King – Not. They are not alone in setting requirements. And they don’t win all conflicts.

Stakeholder Hierachy Example 1

They get what they need and want or they take their blocks of interest, support, time and/or talents and go home, or elsewhere.

Perhaps to your competition.

The Customer Is King – Not.

And even they have their own set of stakeholders.

Some of whom you probably share, and others you definitely don’t.

No One Said It Would Necessarily Be Easy

Oh no. It’s a balancing act.

May the gravitational pull be with you.

Focus on Performance and Enable That!

Help make people successful on the job!

Guide their performance development effectively and efficiently.

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