The SUCCESS Framework – A Case Study

Many organisations throughout the world have adopted a high performance through engagement approach of some kind. Each have customised it to make it their own. That is how it should be.

In Utah, the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget call their high performance through engagement strategy their “Success Framework”. 

Watch and listen carefully to the following video and see if you can identify the following principles:

  1. A system of work that harnesses the knowledge, intuition and experience of people through improvement teams (committees). 
  2. A commitment to the safety, security and satisfaction (i.e. culture) of the people doing the work. 
  3. Leadership that facilitates people to improve the work system.
  4. The utilisation of problem solving methodologies. 
  5. A focus on increasing customer value.
  6. Ensuring commercial responsibility.
Used with permission from Utah GOMB

HPtE Practitioner Site Update + A NEW summary page for fast navigation

So far I have published 10 posts explaining the foundation of the HPtE Strategy™ Framework. I trust that you have found them valuable. There is much more to come.

The framework was researched and created to introduce, explain and help implement a High Performance through Engagement initiative. It is a framework to talk about High Performance through Engagement with CEO’s, Senior Leaders, HR Teams, Union Leaders, Consultants, Practitioners and, most importantly, the people doing the frontline work.

I have recently made a few edits to make the blog series flow better when they are read together. Thank you to all those who have made suggestions.

To help you navigate the series I have also added a summary page so you can go back and refresh when you need to. Here is a link to the page: HPtE Strategy™ Framework

Thank you for the opportunity to be of service.



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