Performance Losses


Introducing Performance Losses

Remember your answer to the BIG question, was it 55%, 75%? Perhaps it was closer to the average for all organizations/teams (i.e. 61%). 

To make sense of  the unexploited potential within your org./team and more importantly to do something about it requires an understanding of Performance Losses.

Performance Losses Explained

There are many reasons why so much potential goes unexploited within organizations and teams. 

There are situational and structural factors, including culture, leadership, environment and strategy.

There are also issues of skills, attitudes and behaviors.  Indeed, there are almost 200 factors in total.  186 to be precise!


The good news is…

The good news is that if you can identify the Performance Losses for an org./team then you can remove them.

More specifically, you can covert the losses into Performance Gains, typically in the region of 7-25%.

That is why we have created a map or inventory of almost 200 of the most important Performance Losses based on research with leaders and teams in some of the world’s best organizations across 12 industries and 47 markets. 

Performance losses and, more importantly, how they can be converted into gains is revealed via Pitstop Analytics and the Pitstop Meta-model.

Converting Losses into Gains…

Pitstop Analytics™ systematically scans your org./team for Performance Losses, classifying, quantifying and prioritizing them.

For a business unit of 100 executives, the potential performance losses could be up to 18,600 (i.e. 186 X 1000).  So, BIG data is needed.

The Pitstop Meta-model™ is used to visualize BIG data and highlight Performance Losses for your organization/team.

Pitstop Programs and events identify & tackle Performance Losses, converting them into gains of 7-25%.

Pitstop Analytics™ scan for Performance Losses at 4 levels: Organization, Business Unit, Leader & Team.

Your org./team’s P2P Metric™ – the scientific answer to the BIG question – is a direct reflection of its performance losses.