I call them "Rocks." They are the big initiatives, the new capabilities, the critical projects, the obstacles you step over that move your organization foward. If you want to grow, no matter how you define growth, you have to find the Rocks, focus on them and move them. Otherwise you keep slogging around in the weeds and go nowhere.
Rocks are how you break down your strategy and long term goals into meaningful chunks that can be executed. The best organizations in the world get good at finding, defining, and moving their Rocks. If you want sustainable growth, you need to get good at this too.
This huddle is part Steven Covey, part Verne Harnish and Gazelles, and a whole lot of practical application.
- Review the Four Decisions Model, and the One Page Strategic Plan
- Covey on Rocks, Synk on Rocks
- Some Case Studies on Rocks
- Real Rocks vs Day Job Rocks
- Moving Rocks--Metrics, Meetings and Personal Accountability
We'll start promptly at 8:01 AM and end at precisely 9:00 AM. Come early or stay late for networking with our tribe of business leaders who invest in learning. Coffee on us.
See you then. Pass the word.
When & Where
In-Synk: Aligning Strategies, Actions and Goals
In-Synk : Aligning Actions, Strategies, and Goals