Monday 23 October 2017

When metrics are meaningful

I know from 26 years of work with more than 1000 business owners and leaders worldwide is that a sure-way way to better business results at less personal cost is to increase the number of people in your organisation being remarkable and doing meaningful to them and highly valuable to others work.

Remarkable. Meaningful. Valuable.

Therefore when I came across this paper I devoured it straight away.

You can learn more about this paper and those who wrote it here.

Aside from the use of the word economy which I detest the paper is a great contribution to the new world of work and the new world in general.

You can read my Amazon review here.

My 3 key takeaways from the paper:

1) Intangible assets now dominate the value of companies. 87% in 2015 compared to 17% in 1975!

2) Our fears provide us with reasons to change behaviour.

3) A reinforcement of my knowing that value behaviours are meaningful to us all and can be turned into metrics.

I also found the diagram below worth reflecting on and a good see where you're at where you can go pointer:

Who will you become?

What will you do next?

Be remarkable.

Further reading particularly if you're not familiar with my work 

Why we're all remarkable here and here.

Download my ebook Meaningful Work and The Meaning of Life by scrolling down here.

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