My dad was a private pilot. He owned his own airplane, a 1956 Cessna 172. The dashboard for his plane wasn’t as elaborate at the one shown here. He knew exactly what each meter meant and where it had to be to fly the airplane safely and get us where we wanted to go.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
Every day, depending on the area you live in, you see this universal symbol telling you when to stop or go. As part of Strategic Discipline we expect our clients to provide metrics for their company, team and individual performance. It’s a part of the weekly meeting agenda. That might seem sufficient to provide accountability, yet when conducting meetings we feel it’s important to dispense with the numbers as quickly as possible in order to get to the meatier topics that can help the business build momentum. The metrics need to communicate quickly whether success is being achieved or there’s work to be done.