The Performance Project” is focused on lessons for leadership and management from live performing arts, music, theatre, and dance, and from sports.
James Schreier's insight:
The following link is to a song, "Why" from "Tick, Tick, Boom!" Thanks to Michael Ingersoll, (Under the Streetlamp, Jersey Boys) for giving me: "Over and over and over til we got it right." It's clearly the theme song for this topic and The Performance Project. Message to leaders and managers: PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE!
If you break it down to its prehistoric DNA, the plot of blockbuster Jurassic World and its predecessors resembles anybody’s bad day at the office: You set out to do something with good intentions and high hopes. Something goes wrong, but no big deal — there are systems to deal with it.
But, systems fail. Plan B is launched. Unintended consequences ensue. Repeat with Plans C, D, and E until you conclude that maybe the entire concept is flawed.
Action Steps for Successfully Recruiting Game Changers Into Your Firm In part 1 of this article that was published on 6/8/15 I showed how the performance of LeBron James illustrated the value and the transformational impact that hiring a single...
Sport is often a metaphor for the challenges that companies face when seeking to deploy a winning customer experience strategy. There appears to be no shortage of lessons to be learned from almost any sport, and the tougher the contest the more relevant, compelling and powerful the examples seem to be.
It doesn’t matter what you do for a living — whether you work in medicine or retail, law or construction, whether you’re a software engineer or a writer — there’s an art and science to just about every career imaginable. Every profession has its scientific aspects, those more mechanical facets and rules and methods you absolutely must know to excel within your industry. However, these professions, no matter how dry, straightforward, or technical, also have their creative or artistic qualities.
Corporate executives don’t have to be sports experts to realize the incredible value that LeBron James has added to the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers in a single year. Consider these amazing impacts since his hiring:
The value of the team went up an astonishing 78 percent ($400 million); Its operating income doubled; Every seat in the arena was suddenly filled; It received dramatically more TV coverage; Its winning percentage went from .402 up to .646; and, After finishing 10th in the conference last year, the team made the NBA finals.
Corporate executives don’t have to be sports experts to realize the incredible value that LeBron James has added to the Cleveland Cavalier NBA team in a single year. Consider these amazing impacts since his hiring.
Is there a metaphor here for how you perform in other arenas? I think so. In life, business, golf, and otherwise, I think it boils down to playing to your strengths and not over-reaching into high-risk zones where you are usually going to spin your wheels with little or no payoff. Yes, there is some magic to be made by venturing outside your comfort zone, but you need to understand the potential payoff, the realistic odds of a successful shot, and the odds of your overall plan working out before you choose a club and swing it.
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