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Mapping Performance Potential

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Mapping where the greatest performance potential exists within an organization

You are likely familiar with Cash Cows, Stars and Dogs and the concept of portfolio analysis in setting strategy. Now there is a new way of looking at the different levels of performance potential across an organization's various business units, departments and teams.

Analysis of performance potential across the organization

This analysis shows just how much performance can vary, with 3 divisions within this organization operating at less than 60% of their full potential.

The overall average is 67%, which means that the people in this global corporation have up to 33% more talent, ideas and skill to give. That has got to be great news for any ambitious organization!

Want this type of analysis for your organization? Contact us at support@growthpitstop.com

Pitstop Analytics ™ leverages the latest science and psychology of performance, together with F1™-style BIG data, to measure, model and unlock the performance potential of ambitious business units, leaders and their teams.




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