Achieving World-Class Performance
When we think ‘world-class,’ we immediately go to global corporationsbrands with loyal followers and turnovers bigger than some small countries!
To be world-class really means to be in the top 10% of companies in your field. And with these generating 2.4 times market returns over three years, as compared with typical companies in their industry, who wouldn’t want their business to perform at this level?
And what if the keys to world-class performance are not as elusive as you might think? By addressing the core elements of strategy, change, leadership, teamwork, any business with focus and vision, can achieve world-class status.
In his book, Achieving World-Class Performance, Cliff Chalon addresses the 10 truths every senior executive must understand to ensure their people and culture produce world-class performance.