The High Performance Philosophy

We define a High Performance organization as an organization which achieves outstanding results by clarifying its strategy, aligning processes, structures and systems to that strategy, and by making each person a contributing partner in the business. It is important to note that achieving High Performance requires simultaneous improvements in both technical and social dimensions of the organization. Focusing on one to the exclusion of the other will result in less than optimal organizational performance.  Following is a summary of basic High Performance principles:

Research and experience show that companies organized by principles of High Performance consistently outperform more traditional companies. In fact, a review of 100 companies who recently redesigned their work place using High Performance principles, showed an average productivity improvement of 37%.