21st of December – Building agile innovative High Performing Teams
Smart v Healthy Organisations
Any organisation which really wants to maximise its success must come to embody two basic qualities – it must be ‘Smart’, and it must be ‘Healthy’. Smart organisations are good at the classic fundamentals of business – strategy, marketing, finance, technology. However, being Smart is only half the equation yet it occupies almost all the time, energy and attention of many organisations. The other half of the equation, the one that is largely neglected, is about being healthy.
A good way to recognise health is to look for the signs that indicate if your organisation has it. These include minimal politics and confusion, high degrees of morale and productivity and low turnover amongst good employees.
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