Building culture and setting strategic direction are the two most important drivers for organisational success. That’s not a surprise to most CEOs. And measuring the right things is the key to proving organisational success. Also, not a surprise to most CEOs. But what is a surprise to most CEOs is just how much leverage measuring the right things gives to creating a high-performance culture.
Evidence-based leadership is the approach to finding this leverage. It comprises several habits that leaders practice, which in turn create several habits that the organisation practices. And when these habits are mastered, high-performance is the consequence.
Extract: How to Create a High-Performance Culture
About Stacey Barr
Stacey Barr is a specialist in organisational performance measurement and evidence-based leadership. She is the creator of the PuMP methodology for organisational performance measurement and KPIs, used in over 45 countries around the world. She is author of two books - Practical Performance Measurement and Prove It!, and publishes the Measure Up blog for an international audience of 15,000 leaders and strategy and performance professionals. Stacey’s content appears on Harvard Business Review’s website and in their acclaimed Manage Mentor Program.