What’s the secret to superior execution? Is it brilliant strategy? Better processes? Superior technology? No. None of these suffices individually, or even in combination. To perform well over the long term, to make everyone’s valiant efforts work and ”stick,” you need another ingredient, something basic and seemingly ordinary: behavior.
New results require new behavior. It’s that simple—and that difficult. Read more
Put the right process in place and the right behavior will follow.
In fact, this is frequently not the case.
The x% success rate of lean sigma initiatives would attest is merely one
of a number of signals that good process alone is perhaps necessary, but is not
sufficient. Behavior change is a
separate consideration and frequently requires special attention.
Steve Jacobs, MA
Carolina Aguilera, PhD
Leslie W. Braksick, PhD
Karen M. Bush, PhD
Paula Butte, MBA
Charles Carnes, MA
Brian Cole, PhD
Delores (Dee) Conway
Danielle Geissler, PhD
James S. Hillgren, PhD
Deborah K. Kramer, CPA
Vikesh Mahendroo, MA, MBA
Laura Methot, PhD
Annemarie Michaud, MBA
Bridget J. Hayes Russell, EdD
Julie M. Smith, PhD
Tracy Thurkow, PhD
Elise Walton, PhD
CLG is a leader in behavior-based strategy execution, performance improvement, leader-led change and health-behavior change consulting. CLG helps companies fully realize the behavior→results connection. Read more