Mini-Course Day 10 (Final): “Fast Start to Systems Thinking”
Systems Thinkers look at the world from a unique point of view. They recognize the unwavering Law of Cause and Effect and apply it to their personal and business advantage. They know that every endeavor to build an organization and achieve lofty goals requires attention to process. The Systems Thinker understands there is no other way to grow a successful enterprise than to design and execute effective business systems and processes that consistently find and keep customers.
|“Culture is the greatest determinant of success in an organization! The best way to ensure your culture blows the competition away is to engage leaders at every level to be accountable for delivering meaningful results“ (Randy Pennington, “Results Rule”).|
You have come to the last lesson of this Fast-Start Mini-Course. Do you feel committed to a system-building pattern of patience and discipline that will one day reward you with an organization of excellence?
Business Systems Determine Culture
Randy Pennington, author of “Results Rule!,” put it this way:
“An organization’s purpose and goals set the direction. Measures focus the energy on the outcomes. Processes create habits, and habits drive the culture. You can teach skills and concepts. You can even create momentum (and a few smiles) through inspiration. But investing in skills and inspiration is a waste of money if there are not processes to reinforce your purpose and principles. The creation and continuous refinement of work processes is a mandatory practice in the Results Rule! organization, regardless of the industry.”
|“The basic philosophy, spirit and drive of an organization (culture) have far more to do with its relative achievements than do technological or economic resources, organizational structure, innovation or timing“ (Thomas Watson Jr., former CEO of IBM).|
Your entire business is a system. The recipe for excellence includes the right people, a good plan, the will to excel, a philosophy of continuous improvement, and high-performance business systems and processes. The resulting culture produces an organization with lasting value—one that you can sell, replicate, or let someone run for you.
Creating a culture of excellence is like creating a brand; it takes some time, but when it catches on, it is quite remarkable! Transforming your organization is your number-one task, and you must do it one system or process at a time. There is no other way!
Your Business Transformation
In describing great companies, business author Jim Collins writes:
“The best companies never transform to greatness in ‘one fell swoop.’ There is no single defining action, no grand program, no one killer innovation, no solitary lucky break, no miracle moment. Sustainable transformations [to greatness] follow a predictable pattern of build-up and breakthrough. Like pushing on a giant heavy flywheel, it takes a lot of effort to get the thing moving at all, but with persistent pushing in a consistent direction over a long period of time, the flywheel builds momentum, eventually hitting a point of breakthrough” (“Good to Great”).
Simply put, this transformation to greatness—becoming a culture of excellence—requires steady dedication to the development of effective business systems and processes.
The Box Theory™ Way is a method to help you create a business culture that engenders confidence from stakeholders, customers, and employees. Your company will enjoy outstanding profit and growth, find innovative solutions to problems, and weather the unrelenting storms of business life. Of course, you will never be perfect—or stop improving—but you will have an exceptional organization.
Our ultimate goal is to help you break through to a high-performance culture—a culture of discipline, a culture of excellence. When your people are working individually and collectively at their highest potential—even when you’re not around—you will have reached a summit in your business accomplishments.
Box Theory™ is a real theory; it provides an underlying logic that makes all of your system development efforts straightforward and crystal clear. The Box Theory™eCourse, Box Theory™ Gold Software, and the online Box Theory™ Business Systems Academy will pay for themselves quickly and dramatically.
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Today is the best day to begin creating your remarkable business organization!
What Others Say
Here are a couple of comments from customers:
“I started my company twenty-five years ago. I thought I understood the business pretty well, and I thought I understood systems. This information opened a whole new world to me. Creating high-performance systems is now my top priority. Wow!”—John S., retail furniture chain
“When I discovered Box Theory Gold, I finally found the answer I was looking for after many years. Box Theory Gold software not only has a way to organize the systems, but also a unique way of assessing what systems to work on first that can have the biggest impact on a business. The tools to build and maximize each system are built right in, and once you have them created, it also provides a framework for measuring and managing those systems. From the start, Ron was eager to help in any way he could and volunteered several hours on the phone to get me going.”—Wade C., accountant
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Mini-Course, “Fast-Start to Systems Thinking”