Do you know your most important number?
Numbers make or break you. Ask any bankrupt business or successful startup and they'll both agree, numbers don't lie. Unfortunately, most teams focus on too many numbers or the wrong numbers or maybe no numbers at all!
Author Lee Benson knows numbers. He grew his business from 3 employees to 500 with 15 consecutive years of 20 percent compounded average annual growth. Friends and families asked for his secret. He told them it came down to Your Most Important Number.
Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electric and "Manager of the Century" raved about Lee's MIND methodology (Most Important Number and Drivers). Welch said, "It is the best business management operating system I have ever seen. Had I used it when running General Electric, our results would have been exponentially better." Because you can't scale complexity, the power lies in its simplicity.
In this breakthrough book get ready to:
- Set your Most Important Number (MIN) so this new North Star empowers everyone on your team to move in the same direction.
- Craft Drivers to improve your number so you create winning outcomes and results.
- Do the right work at the right time so everyone knows how to contribute to your team's success.
Tap into this simple method to increase collaboration, achieve your strategy, and execute to win, starting today!
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About the Author
Table of Contents
Foreword: Ram Charan 5
Note to the Reader: Winning Means Keeping Score 6
Don't (Just) Wish Upon a Star 6
More than Meets the Eye 6
Every Business Runs on a Management Operating System 8
A System That Works for Every Business 10
Unexpected Benefits 10
Chapter 1: Alignment Begins at the Top 12
Chapter 2: How We Agree to Do the Work Matters 28
Chapter 3: Get Your Teams Pulling in the Same Direction 41
Chapter 4: Congratulations-You're 3 Percent of the Way There 52
Chapter 5: Is Expensive Wallpaper Good Enough for You? 61
Chapter 6: One Size Doesn't Fit All 68
Chapter 7: Performance Snapshots Your Teams Will Love 75
Conclusion: Your Next Best Step 84
Appendix: The DIY Approach to the MIND Methodology 86
Start Where You Are 86
The Rollout Process 87