Eight characteristics of an unbeatable organization
The unbeatable organisation is a team that operates at the highest possible speed in a sustainable way.
The unbeatable organisation uses pressure, rules and control sparingly because they only have a short-term effect, however, in the long run, tend to slow it down.
The unbeatable organization increases its speed by continuously working on both WHAT (results) and HOW (way of working together).
The unbeatable organization evolves elegantly through goal-oriented and interdependent AHA-experiences.
The unbeatable organisation uses the resulting opportunities on three levels: Individual, team and team-of-team.
The unbeatable organization deals constructively with emerging fears.
The unbeatable organization does not do without coaching, training and consulting, but uses them purposefully and in accordance with the situation.
The unbeatable organization develops its managers into team captains.