This is the last article in a series on the Rockefeller Habits. This final habit (#10) is probably the easiest Rockefeller Habit to implement (in my opinion) but is one many businesses, for some reason, really struggle to implement. I am not sure why this is but I think that many CEOs and leadership teams really struggle with revealing all to their teams. Maybe they think they can't handle it or (worse) think they don't need to know.
This habit is all about transparency and visibility of values, purpose and priorities and clear measurement and display of progress against these priorities. The habit reads:
The Company's plans and performance are visible to everyone.
- A “situation room” is established for weekly meetings (physical or virtual).
- Core Values, Purpose and Priorities are posted throughout the company.
- Scoreboards are up everywhere displaying current progress on KPIs and Critical Numbers.
- There is a system in place for tracking and managing the cascading Priorities and KPIs.
Posted by : ged | On Sunday, 14 October 2018 | Modified On Wednesday, 28 November 2018