Take No Prisoners is a free weekly memo from Scott Wintrip that explores how Radical Accountability prospers companies and changes lives. Instead of taking people hostage with outdated, heavy-handed, and ineffective methods of management, measurement, and motivation, Radical Accountability focuses on creating an unwavering responsibility for getting what matters most done.
Great ideas that become some of the greatest mistakes or failures are often a result of unnecessary complexity. Examples include the current rollout of Healthcare.gov in the United States, Enron’s complicated attempt to hide losses in offshore entities, Blockbuster’s failure to keep up with simpler and more sustainable concepts like Netflix and Redbox, and Sears inability to effectively manage its complex inventory system.
These examples illustrate one of the greatest truths in our world today: simple is sustainable while complexity makes goals unattainable. The simpler the process, the more likely things will fall together. The moment complexity begins to creep in changes the momentum towards things falling apart.
Radical Accountability embraces simplicity, countering human tendencies towards complexity.
Below is a process for creating Simply Effective processes that reduce complexity while improving responsibility. By following this path in creating or improving the processes in your organization, you’ll develop or revise your methods, providing your team with a more viable way to succeed.
The Three Step Path for Creating Simply Effective Processes:
Things don’t just suddenly fall apart; there is always a beginning of an undesired ending. By paying more careful attention to creating a simple and sustainable process at the start, results always fall together.
This Week’s Radical Accountability Activating Action: Use the three-step path to plan or improve your processes. Start with those that are most important to gain immediate impact and ROI for your efforts.
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