The process of “Top Grading” any organization begins at the top, with the senior leadership team. Until and unless the organization is populated with “A” players on the senior team, the process will likely be met with frustration and failure.
Feature-rich business apps can change the way we work. But unnecessary complexity can yield resistance or even outright revolt.
Too often, we overlook an essential element needed for success: open, honest, business meetings. Real, limiting issues and obstacles are skirted or glossed over because no one wants to take them on. There’s a better way.
Leaders often “protect” employees by letting them offer feedback with anonymity. This may increase participation but it also reduces accountability. There’s a better way.
Many organizational leaders struggle with culture change. Modulating expectations, especially early on, may help.