Pitstop Research Book Series
The pitstop research is presented across a series of 6 acclaimed books published over a decade.
Packed with insights and tools, they are more precisely described as toolkits, rather than books.
Pitstop Books Sample Chapters:
Based on research with 900+ teams, this book will help leaders of organizations, business units and teams to:
1. Scientifically measure performance potential, called the P2P Metric™
2. Systematically convert Performance Losses into Gains of 7%-25%
3. Spend more time in the Zone of Peak Performance™.
The first book in the world to integrate behavioral dynamics and team design with business strategy and execution.
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Research shows that most firms are exploiting just 55% of their full growth potential. Growth Pitstop® provides a meta-model to fully engage your team in accelerating sustained and profitable growth.
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Provides leaders with a powerful new framework to test and build team performance. Specifically, a team’s task effectiveness, decisions smarts, social health and development potential.
Teams Don’t Work™ (TDW) is about the reality of teams. It makes an impassioned case for better collaboration and more effective groups or teams. Above all TDW is a call for performance-driven teamwork.
Teams Don’t Work™ (TDW) contains the latest research into team performance. At this time it is only available to our clients as part of TDW workshops and programs.
The end to end process for the acquire and retain customers in the form of a Revenue Track – a F1-inspired race track where the twists and turns represent key tests from , marketing and service teams / functions.
Each stage of the track is packed with best practice tools and tips. It is Revenue Performance Management at its most powerful.
‘The B2B Revolution’ reveals the true complexity of corporate buying and presents a compendium of best practice buyer-friendly tools to be used in the acquisition and retention of customers at each stage of the Revenue Track™.
Date: Aug. 2010
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