Chris Heuer and David Dibble discuss how systems-based thinking can help leaders, managers and companies perform significantly better, producing up to 10x ROI.
Systems principles tell us that approximately 94% of the outcomes we produce in the workplace, both good and bad, are a function of the systems and processes in which people work, not due to the actual efforts of people. David's organizational transformation and best practice business systems and tools actually grow more effective, systems-thinking leaders and managers who are equipped to quickly solve problems and set up their teams to be optimally successful in their jobs. This reduces the stresses on the people working within the systems, creating a happier, more engaged workforce while dramatically improving productivity and customer satisfaction. In essence, implementing these tools produces better businesses for all concerned.