I have always wondered why, in organizations, simple problems tend to go unresolved? Why do obvious opportunities remain under leveraged? Why does it seem like human beings at work are less capable than the same human beings at home?
While I am not suggesting that there is a simple way to solve these, I do believe there are some basic principles, that if consistently applied, might reduce their occurrence.
In this series, I want to use the performance architecture framework to explore these four principles starting with premise that human action and behavior are at their core, goal-oriented nature, regardless of whether the goal is conscious or not.