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HPO leaders learn from the market, competition, and all associates. They align their organization with the principles of HPOs and adapt their organization elements as changes in the market and unexpected situations require.
HOW WE CAN HELP
To lead the development of an HPO you need to be clear about your personal commitment and willingness to sacrifice your own comfort to make the breakthrough to high performance. More Information?
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- HPOs Today Workshop
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Leaders aim to fulfill the most critical needs of their most important stakeholders. Their purpose takes shape as a distinctive business strategy, core operating values, and clear expectations that all add value to their stakeholders.
HPOs are produced by High Performing People. These associates must possess the critical competencies to deliver the value-driven purpose. They must be (like their leaders) also committed to HPO principles and systems and demonstrate continuous improvement to remain in alignment with market requirements.
HOW WE CAN HELP
It is true that many people have a hard time adapting to change. But it is also true that people change all the time. We can help you understand the dynamics of why people change. More Information
HPOs recognize that all work tasks are part of a process and all processes must be designed to fulfill the core needs of their customers. HPOs continuously improve their processes through closer customer connections and by working with each stakeholder for innovation, safety, and product development.
All processes are part of larger systems or networks of organizational units, resources, and information. Systems must be designed very differently than their individual elements.
High Performance Organization
After decades of evolution, the world finally has scientific validation for the key factors that produce a High Performance Organization (HPO).
HPO IS HELPING YOU…
1 understand why you are perfectly designed to get the results you get today. and 2 realign your organizational elements so that you get and sustain high performance in the future.
HPOs Today Part 1
What are they?
HPOs Today Part 2
How do they work?
HPOs Today Part 3
How can you make them work for you?
Learn about some of the very latest developments in the world of HPOs. Download part 1 of HPOs Today, the whitepaper by Dave Hanna, in collaboration with André de Waal and Jeffery Liker, combining research-validated High Performance factors, lean processes, and organization design principles from industry leaders from around the world.
BARCELONA SPAIN UPCOMING EVENT
European Organization Design Forum
Shaping a High Performance Culture
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Studies and Papers
André de Waal
HPO Global Study:
Research Behind High Performance Organizations
Over 290 academic and management publications in the area of high performance were studied to build the HPO Framework. Thousands of respondents from 1470 organizations in 50 countries indicated how their organization scored on these characteristics and how they performed financially. The data revealed five clusters, the so-called HPO Factors. When an organization scores higher on these five HPO Factors than its peer group, it also performs better financially.
The Organizational Survival Code:
Avoiding The Slippery Slope of High Performance
An analysis of the Top 100 companies over the past 100 years reveals an alarming number fall off the elite list every 10 years. Find out why they fall and how to avoid this fate. The Organizational Survival Code is a set of seven capabilities that enable any living system to endure for ages, whether in nature or in organizations.
Jonathan Escobar Marin, Jeff Liker, Dave Hanna
The Virtuous Circle of Sustainable Growth:
How lean management practices at Procter & Gamble and Toyota make for an environment based on customer focus and people development
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Where does leadership begin.
How can you empower others in your organization to lead?
How can leadership address the rapidly changing environment to adjust in a timely manner ?
These and other questions are addressed in our HPO Leadership Workshop
Teams have always been around. But a real study of teams did not occur until after WWI. The coal mines of Wales needed to make drastic changes to keep up with the needs generated by the war. They laid the ground work for the first high performing teams. Yet we still struggle with how make make our teams work efficiently today. The gap between efficient and high performing could be millions of dollars.
Learn from the leading experts in high performance teams
Consulting To Redesign
All too often, managers and the consultants they employ believe they already know how the organization needs to be reconfigured to get better results.
About Our Think Tanks: There are many forums and approaches dedicated to exchanging best practices. But as you know, one company’s best practice may be a misfit with your company’s strategy and culture. Our Think Tanks are more than a mere exchange of best practices. First we choose a subject that presents a big challenge or opportunity on the HPO journey. Then we assemble a group of experts and seasoned professionals on the subject. The group works for two days to define significant issues, organize research, and develop new tools and methodologies to elevate organizational performance. Then group members test the research and new tools in their own organizations and report back on their results. Finally, the key learning is shared with the broader HPO community via articles and whitepapers. Next Topic: Our next Think Tank will focus on developing virtual teams to become HPOs. It will take place February 8-9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.