Strengthening Business Performance through Speed, Predictability, Flexibility, and Leverage
How can an elephant’s predictability inform a multinational company? What can a cheetah teach a business about speed? Taking cues from the animal kingdom can help companies adopt a systematic approach to strengthening their performance chain. The answers become as clear — and impressive — as an African night sky.
In the animal world, the food chain is the most critical driving force. In the business world, it’s the performance chain — all the tangible and intangible elements that have to move from the moment you trigger demand until you have cash in the bank; all the ins and outs that have to work together and align to your target customer experience to drive the outcomes you want.
In ROAR, Chris explores what it takes to drive the best possible outcomes for an organization’s customers and business. How can senior executives use the lenses of speed, predictability, flexibility, and leverage to control their performance chain, rather than the performance chain controlling them?
She ties these four critical performance lenses to their counterparts in the animal kingdom – the cheetah, elephant, coyote, and ant – to deliver a fast-paced read designed to help senior executives analyze and improve their organization’s performance.
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