A simple (but not simplistic) graphic that shows the impact of not putting in place the necessary processes, support structures etc., required for an organisation to achieve.
It really is as straightforward as that.
However, the challenge will be addressing the ‘gaps’.
A very powerful visual.
The grow model is a popular and effective coaching tool.
Having a clear process will help a team solve problems, improve decision making as well as enable team members learn new skills.
Proven techniques such as this can help you become a better coach.
In doing so, the team’s performance will improve.
First generation balanced scorecard (BSC) had issues regarding selection of measures and target setting.
Second generation showed relationships between measures, introduced ‘strategy map’ – still issues with measure selection and target setting.
Third (most recent) generation provides a more robust model.
Introduces a ‘strategic linkage’ element to the process.
This diagram provides you with the key elements associated with introducing this process.
It also provides suggestions about how to invoke an effective programme.
A useful model to use for those organisations aiming for excellence.
Especially useful for organisations undergoing change.
Its main value is its customer orientation.
Today’s environment tends to be a matter of prioritising limited resources, (people, time, money).
This model provides a simple yet robust structure for those teams requiring clarification of individual and group roles.
Both individual and group contribution is shown, as are the tasks and processes involved.