Fixing broken things is not success

Posted: October 12, 2011 in Individual performers, Management
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Mean curve performance management processes.

Relentless focus on managing the low-end of the curve.

Forced compliance of activities – on time, to formula.

Business doesn’t succeed by preventing people from underperforming.

Management doesn’t happen by one-size-fits-all templates.

Success is not the same as ‘not-failing’.

Good is not ‘not-bad’.

‘Not bad’ is ‘all right, I suppose’.

I have a broken leg. Resetting my broken leg does not make me an athlete.

Fixing broken things is not success.

Superstar performers fear less for their employment prospects.

Superstar performers seldom rest easy in the midst of the herd.

Come join us, we aim for average!

Come join us, we manage poor performance really well!

Come join us, you have potential to earn an above market-median salary!

Superstar performers perform despite Washington and Media hysteria.

Define success.

Free performance.

Burn templates.

Superstar performers will go further than you ever thought possible.

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Comments
  1. Andrea says:

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