- High performance organizations (HPOs) are designed to accentuate employees’ best performance and to “produce sustainable organizational results.
- High performing organizations fundamentally underscore the importance of prioritizing people and intellectual capital.
A high performance organization is reflected within a company’s structure, management operating system and culture where everyone participates in a shared vision and innovative leadership, dynamic change, sharing of information, systems understanding, self-managed teams, cross-trained workers, customer focus and the on-going introduction of new technology is present.
The five components of a high performance organization include:
- Employee involvement
- Self-managed work teams
- Integrated production technology
- Organizational learning
- Total quality management