Organization Health Model
Being a smart organization and a healthy organization are two different things. Smart organizations are good at the classic fundamentals of business - strategy, marketing, finance and technology. Healthy organizations have minimal politics and confusion, high morale and productivity, and low turnover. The reality is that you need BOTH to be successful.
Organizational health has become the single most important business discipline and provides the greatest opportunity for competitive advantage. It's achieved when an organization builds a cohesive leadership team, establishes real clarity among leaders, communicates that clarity to everyone within the organization, and puts in place just enough structure to reinforce that clarity going forward.
Implementing this distinct and groundbreaking model from Patrick Lencioni's The Advantage will help you foster extreme buy-in, collaboration and commitment to organizational health, starting with senior leaders and working its way through to your newest hires.