Every job, role has a purpose (somehow this doesn’t get emphasized in the actual day-to-day lived reality of a role). This purpose is the value associated with the results the role has to achieve. The results in turn are achieved by how well the actions the role is expected to execute are executed and how
I was reflecting on the way we approach hiring people in to a role. In the spirit of role fitness and appropriateness, we focus so much energy and time on validating performance readiness such that the applicants’ approach to securing the role is to demonstrate as convincingly as possible that “They are ready and can
Learning shouldn’t really be something we push on people, it should be the natural response of an individual to their inability to achieve a desired outcome or behave in a desired way. Education on the other hand tends to be pushed as the decision is made for the learner at at a time when they
So what value are you trying to deliver? What results are choosing to pursue? How is this influencing the actions you choose to perform and how you choose to perform them?
I came across this performance improvement document online a few years ago which I thought framed the ideas quite well, it was on the ISPI site and I believe it was by Lynn Kearny. I however also recently read the book “Performance Architecture” by Kearny, Lynn, Haig, Carol and Addison, Roger. I built some of my recent
“What’s important is not what you are doing but why you are doing it because that determines how you do it.” – dehumob Results are achieved by doing something well enough to overcome any contextual obstacles presented by the environment. In other words, results are achieved when chosen actions are executed with a proficiency level