If Enterprise Performance Competence Is Your End Game Goal

Then Your Definition Should Be Robust to All Levels of Enterprise Performance

The Worker level (people), the Work itself level (process), the Workplace and the World.

Or whatever your frame for this is.

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Notes to myself and your self…

  • Some Stakeholders care most about Output requirements.
  • Some Stakeholders care most about Process requirements.
  • Some Stakeholders care most about both Output and Process requirements.
  • It is complex.

The Customer is Downstream

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And the requirement could be tested 17 steps downstream from the production of the Output.

Either the downstream needs are met – or they are not.

Organization Performance is a roll up of individual and team performance.

It is complex.

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Look for patterns in your Enterprise Performance Requirements – and then meet them as shared or as unique – and their ROI potential – dictates.

It is complex.

If Enterprise Performance Competence Is Your End Game Goal 

Find some way to tease out the less-complex from the very complex. And the specific versus the generic.

Address all that complexity and prioritize.

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