While leadership and discipline are the defining elements of that approach, they are not the only elements.
Over at the Ivey Business Journal, these authors outline a road map for changing organizational behaviour and, ultimately, for implementing, promoting and sustaining a high-performance culture.
In order to make this disciplined performance culture work, organizations must have:
- Openness and trust
- Managed differences
- Simplicity and focus
- Playing to people's strengths
BOTTOMLINE: "Human performance is the function of many influences: accountability, feedback, motivation, skills and knowledge, rewards and recognition. It is the combination of these factors that results in the desired performance and the associated leadership
behaviors that support the performance culture."