Search on Google for Pearson’s Law and you’ll discover the first article is one I wrote on this principle entitled simply Pearson’s Law. I’m proud the attention I’ve given and received on Pearson’s Law has received this amount of consideration.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
Topics: Discipline, Pearsons Law, Pearson's Law, consistently execute, Execution, Scrum
One of the two most important attributes of effective leaders is their ability to predict. (The other is delegating.)Read More
Topics: Pearsons Law, . The two most important attributes of effective, Prediction, Forecast, Scrum, Effective Leadership, Gantt charts
We’ve discussed how innovation occurs in your business previously in What's Your Innovation Process Look Like?
Topics: employee engagement, Core Values, employee performance, Pearsons Law
We’ve discussed Paul O’Neill’s plan for getting to zero injuries previously in One Thing: Are Meeting Rhythms Keystone Habits? And Would You Fire Someone for Violating Your Core Values? The safety emphasis entailed the most radical realignment in Alcoa’s history. O’Neill believed the key to protecting Alcoa employees, is understanding why injuries happen in the first place.
Topics: Pearsons Law, habits, The Power of Habit, routine
I’m on vacation this week so I’m reposting a couple of blogs that contain messages that warrant repeating. Pearson’s Law, originally written 12-15-08, exemplifies the importance of metrics and Positioning Systems Strategic Discipline formula. It’s largely reprinted with a few minor additions. Do you want to see dramatic improvement in your people’s performance? Read further.
Topics: employee engagement, Accountability, employee performance, Business Dashboards, Pearsons Law
You and probably many business owners are virtually swimming in waves of data. Advances in technology and the Internet have made it easy to collect data on almost any subject and allow you, if willing, to collect measurements on any part of your business.
Topics: Acute Myeloid Luekemia, Decision-Making, E-Myth, Pearsons Law, metrics, measurement
“If I emulated you in any way as a creator today, send me a signal in the form of feedback in my world to let me know that you were noticing my efforts. And bring it in a way that I least expect, that wakes me up from this dream, and leaves no doubt that it has come from you so that I am inspired to do this again tomorrow.” The voice of Joe Dispensa softly speaks to me at the conclusion of the meditation
Topics: Acute Myeloid Luekemia, Coach Advisor, Catalyst, Pearsons Law, leading and lagging indicators, Bone Marrow Transplant, Graft-Versus-Host Disease, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose, Joe Dispensa
Topics: Strategic Discipline, One Thing, Business Priorities, leading indicators, Business Dashboards, Pearsons Law, leading and lagging indicators, Business Scorecards
In May of 1941 the Great Britain was facing desperate times. They were alone in the battle against the Nazi Germany and Italy’s Fascist State. The continent of Europe was almost completely occupied by Axis powers and the Mediterranean and coast of North Africa were being attacked as well. This is the setting for one of my favorite wartime movies, Sink the Bismarck.
Topics: Discipline, Strategic Discipline, meeting rhythms, priorities, Pearsons Law, metrics, Businesss Disciplines, Sink the Bismarck
Who should your leadership team be made up of? This depends on the size of your company. Your leadership team that attends daily huddles, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual planning meetings should be the people that have the greatest impact on your business, and provide critical data and influence on your customers and employees. Regardless the size of your company your leadership team shouldn’t exceed ten in number. Beyond this it gets a bit unyielding.
Topics: Work Process Flow Charts, Annual Plan, Pearsons Law, Jim Collins, key performance indicators, Leadership Team, How the Mighty Fall,