Your team’s ability to advance it’s key growth priorities and execute with discipline, smarts and drive is a key measure of its potential. Indeed it is a source of competitive advantage.
The objective of the Growth Pitstop™ is to accelerate key growth priorities and strategies, while building a valuable team discipline and competence around execution.
Mobilizing Teams: A Focus on Key Priorities
The growth pistop approach to execution ensures a focus on key growth priories – that is the projects and initiatives that can really make a difference. It mobilizes people by ensuring that a clear goal of success is set and by addressing barriers or risks head on.
Rythmic Discipline: Fast Tracking Key Priorities
The Growth Pitstop™ helps managers and their teams to fast-track progress on key priorities. It ensures rhythmic discipline around how priorities are set, plans are created, progress is tracked and adjustments are made.
Sustain Momentum: Ensuring Success
The Growth Pitstop™ recognizes that for most organizations and their teams, success is achieved through the steady build up of continuous progress, rather than a single dramatic leap.
The Growth Pitstop™ sustains the momentum behind key priorities, coaching people in line with a framework that keeps them focused on their priorities and related goals. The approach builds confidence as priorities gain momentum and initial /early wins are achieved.
Execution Strength – Building a Winning Competence
The Growth Pitstop™ builds a winning competence – that is your teams ability to agree on and advance it’s key priorities, as well as execute with discipline and smarts. Research shows that this is perhaps the ultimate competitive advantage in a fast changing market environment.
Agile Approach – Fast Learning & Continuous Feedback
Fast-tracking priorities requires fast learning and continuous feedback. It is an agile and iterative approach. As teams learn what is working and adjust the approach where needed. The approach is an intelligent one – where something isn’t working an adjustment decision is made early to either continue, redirect, or discontinue.