A fundamental concept to understand before putting together an Innovative Blueprint is this:
Take a moment to internalize this statement. Mr. Chuck Coonradt author of “The Game of Work” discusses this rule in his book.
Mr. Coonradt viewed how people often work harder at sports and competitive aims than they do at work. He noted in such activities:
As the name of Mr. Coonradt's book implies, it may be time for viewing your business as a sports entity.
For example, your organizational whole comprises your team members or athletes, each of whom has certain talents, abilities and energy that you market for money and recognition. Perhaps it would serve your organization to think about the motivational principles of athletics and how they can be applied to your business.
The simple difference between someone earning seven or six figures versus five figures is that they do a few tasks better. As in sports, understanding your strengths will give you an edge. What does scouting report say about your talent?
Before we begin with the scouting report or review the plan of your organization, bEffective recognizes such a market report is already out. Decade of Evidence.
Gallup, for example, reported 70% of the U.S. workforce unengaged as a whole in fall 2015.
The details of the report highlight a lack of strategy, role definition and more importantly a lack of employee buy-in or engagement.
bEffective recognizes your team is critical to your customer-experience strategy comprising branding, making the numbers and more. bEffective can help you create a work environment with, for instance clarity of focus and feeling like a winner.