Make 1+1 = 6 at Your Company

Backed by Science

We believe that, inside an organization, 1 + 1 can equal 6. And, we actually have science to back us up.

Our mission is to help companies achieve the results their leaders know, down to their toes, that their companies should be achieving.

Most companies believe that improving employee performance is a custom one-of-a-kind project for each employee.  However, as desirable as that might be, companies don’t make that a priority.  Luckily, there is a better way.

What We Know/Do

What we know is:

  • The top 10% of sales people in your industry sell twice as much as average sales people in your industry.(1)
  • In addition, top performing employees provide 3-5 times more of a return back to the company than average employees.(2)
  • Finally, research in the science of human behavior reveals that, while every employee is truly unique, employee performance issues are not unique to each employee. Human behavior is highly predictable.(3,4,5,6,7)

What we do is help companies apply human behavior principles to systematically build more top performing employees across the entire company.  This is far more efficient and far more effective than doing so one employee at a time.


As a result, after just a few months, your company will begin to deliver the results you know your company is truly capable of achieving.


In what areas should your company be achieving better results?

So, if you want to learn more about how the science of human behavior can help you improve operational and financial results in your company, check us out at  Or, contact me directly at

About Jim

Jim Connolly is Founder & CEO of OrgEx, Inc., an organizational behavior consulting practice established in 2002. His mission is to inspire and equip business leaders to improve operational and financial results using the science of human behavior.

In addition, Jim’s work with clients has included behavioral interviewing (more than 1,900 completed), leadership team effectiveness, sales team performance, organizational change and building high performance cultures.

Jim is also the author of more than 50 articles. His expertise has been quoted in BusinessWeek, The New York Post and many other publications. Jim is working on his Doctorate in Organizational Behavior.

Jim is also a sought after speaker who uses humor to challenge the thinking of his audiences.


  1. Goleman, D. (2006). Working with emotional intelligence. New York: Bantam Books.
  2. Hersey, P., & Blanchard, K. H. (1972). Management of organizational behavior; utilizing human resources. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  3. McGregor, D. The Human Side of Enterprise. New York, NY. McGraw-Hill (1960).
  4. Duhigg, C. (2012). The power of habit: Why we do what we do in life and business. New York: Random House.
  5. Sturm, R. R. (2013). Market Efficiency and Technical Analysis Can they Coexist?Research in Applied Economics5(3), 1.
  6. Guidotti, R., Coscia, M., Pedreschi, D., & Pennacchioli, D. (2015, October). Behavioral entropy and profitability in retail. InData Science and Advanced Analytics (DSAA), 2015. 36678 2015. IEEE International Conference on (pp. 1-10). IEEE.
  7. Williams, D., Burrell, D. N., & Lu, S. (2013, Spring). Employee Engagement Management Approaches Versus Command and Control Management Approaches for Millennials Employees in Public health and Safety Organizations. Journal of Knowledge & Human Resource Management, 5(11), 102-113. Retrieved July 1, 2016.

About Jim Connolly

Jim Connolly is Founder & CEO of OrgEx, Inc.  OrgEx, Inc. helps companies systematically apply principles of human behavior to improve operational performance and financial results.

Jim is a sought-after speaker who uses humor to challenge the thinking of his audiences.  Jim understands how people think and uses that knowledge to equip, cajole and inspire audiences.  He has spoken to audiences as large as 1,100 people.

In his consulting practice, Jim helps clients with their most pressing people challenges, including:

· Eliminating hiring mistakes
· Reducing employee turnover
· Underperforming teams – sales teams, project teams, leadership teams
· Leader performance challenges
· Resistance to organizational change efforts that are necessary to move the company forward
· Systematically building toward record-setting and industry-leading performance

Whether it’s a company-wide issue or working with a specific department or team, we know how human behavior works so we know how to improve organizational performance and financial results.  Find out more at  

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