Ready to Pitstop?
Review & re-energize your key projects, strategies & initiatives the F1™ way.
Research shows that peak performing teams review their strategies and priorities differently to others. There is much more energy and engagement, as well as speed and teamwork/collaboration. In short, their project and strategy reviews are more like pitstops than workshops!
We get executive teams working with the speed, discipline and focus of a pit team assessing performance, identifying opportunities/risks and tackling them fast.
Quarter-end: The count-down is on…
Pit-stops – Helping You to go Faster
When under-pressure the temptation may be to ‘put the foot to the floor’ and keep going. But taking a pitstop will actually help you go faster – by adapting to changing conditions, addressing risks and making adjustments that will optimize performance. However, urgency is key – a pitstop is more of a pause than a stop.
Performance Potential – Your Pit team Revealed
Your executives will pitstop their key projects and strategic priorities. The idea is just like in racing – to come together as a team, identify opportunities for improvement (typically 7-25%) and exploit them fast.
In a F1™ race, a pit team of 20 will change all 4 tires in under 2 seconds. Such performance under pressure sets the new standard for teamwork and agility. But how quickly can your team agree what is working & fix what is not? Let’s find out.
Your Projects & Priorities – The Hidden 50% of Success
Pitstops address a key oversight in respect of ensuring the successful execution of strategic projects and priorities. That is a range of factors that could account for as much as 50% of success.
Your Projects & Priorities – Essential Adjustments for Success
Faced with an accelerating rate of change, organizations are demanding greater agility and innovation. That is what pitstops are all about – the ability to blend strategy with execution and adapt swiftly to change.
Review Projects & Priorities – Develop Your Team
It is time to review your key projects and priorities – to ensure that they are on track. But don’t just do it the same way as every other quarter. Why not develop your team in the process? Effective project reviews are a great opportunity for learning and development.
Pitstops – Methodology & Science
Data is essential to keeping it real. So, before entering the pitstop your team will complete Pitstop Analytics™ online. Just as in F1™, data guides decisions made during your team’s pitstop.
The conversations that take place in a PitStop are different. They are high-impact strategic conversations that result in new insights and breakthroughs.
There are 8 different types of PitStops – each one designed to tackles a specific performance opportunity or challenge facing your organization or team.
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