Why should business leaders spend the time learning more about how human behavior really works? When they do, they realize that they have overlooked the factors most predictive of employee, team and company performance.
Without these insights, most companies are leaving millions of dollars on the table – every year.
It’s every company’s Moneyball story. The book Moneyball is based on a true story, but it’s not just a baseball story. It’s an organizational performance story. Here’s a one sentence summary of Moneyball:
In 2002, the Oakland A’s, with a payroll 1/3 the size of other teams, delivered a much better ROI than their competitors and continued to do so for several years.
How did this happen? The Oakland A’s “discovered” factors that turned out to be far more predictive of on the job performance than the factors other teams were using.
Here’s the most amazing part! Every team had the same information/data that the A’s had, but every team, except the A’s, overlooked or dismissed the data – until the A’s used that information/data to outperform other teams year after year.
Is the same things happening at your company?
Learn more about human behavior really works. When you do you’ll “discover” overlooked opportunities to outperform your competitors year after year.
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