It is Peter Drucker day. It would be awesome to say these ideas are mine. I have practiced most of these most of the time. The Effective Executive was written in 1966 and my first exposure was 13 years later when a senior supervisor handed to me after a promotion and said read it.
Everything we have done to date in the People lane was designed to get us here - how do I get employees to stop trading time for money? How do I get them to think like owners?
line of sight + MBO + transparent Financials + increasing business acumen = CONTRIBUTION
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW
Peter Drucker on Contribution: “the man who focuses on contribution and who takes responsibility for results, no matter how junior, is in the most literal sense of the phrase, “top management.’”
The prequel to Contribution
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO
Nobody cares how hard you work or the amount hours invested, they care about results - you saw a problem (opportunity), took action, and what happened?
In small businesses no one can trade time for money.
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