Summary of The Performance Triangle
Diagnostic Mentoring to Manage Organizations and People for Superior Performance in Turbulent Times
Self-help for CEOs: how companies can learn to adapt, make better decisions and exercise agility.
This “Performance Triangle” text is a tool, manual and guide. Swiss management consultant Lukas Michel bases it on data from his extensive study of organizations over the course of his 30-year career. He understands that modern companies must adapt, make better decisions and exercise agility in a system that centers on people. His triangle shows how strong organizations structure themselves. Michel offers a “leadership scorecard” and an organizational diagnostic plus warnings, suggestions and ideas for building a powerful framework for organizational success. Instead of reading it cover to cover, you might carry out the diagnostic on page 18, identify your priorities and turn to the specific sections offering insights into those areas. Michel avoids giving tips or prescribing a “to-do” list, but he shows you how to develop solutions using his “diagnostic self-mentoring” tool for thoughtful executives. getAbstract recommends Michel’s ambitious, demanding book to determined leaders seeking insight into what elements of their operations require attention.
In this summary, you will learn
- How knowledge, agility and creativity build organizational performance and success
- How the “Performance Triangle” diagram can help you diagnose those crucial elements in your organization
- How to find and eradicate the “viruses” that make your operations bureaucratic
Comment on this summary
3 months agoHere is the free online Agile Management Score diagnostic tool for the book: https://www.agilityinsights.com/en/what-we-do/agile-management-score
3 months agoSome excellent take-aways. Curious to read more!
Contained in Knowledge Pack:
Knowledge PackMentoringTo create a really loyal cadre, mentor your company`s up-and-comers.
Knowledge PackMeasuring Performance DriversIf you don’t measure it, you can’t manage it. Measure your company’s performance before the market does.
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