Melting Pot 64–6/12/2019

You’re an ambitious CEO with your sights set on growth. You want to scale-up and have a plan to get there. Before you undo the ropes and cast off, there’s one last Rockefeller Habit to consider. The tenth and final Habit in the execution framework designed by Verne Harnish centres on office environment. And, specifically, whether your staff are surrounded by visible reminders of your plans and performance.

Why does this matter? It’s simple really. The right surroundings will keep people on track and working towards the same goal. Your success depends on this. As I mentioned in last week’s blog, every member of your team needs to understand the game they’re playing, the rules and the score in real-time. You can use your office environment to help with this clarity

Read about this and more in the latest Melting Pot newsletter from Dominic Monkhouse with his insights into how to scale your business.

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The Melting Pot

A podcast, a newsletter and a blog. Host and Scaling Up technology business coach Dominic Monkhouse talks to entrepreneurs, authors and thought-leaders. I am fascinated to learn and share how they scaled their great companies and cultures.

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The Melting Pot

A podcast, a newsletter and a blog. Host and Scaling Up technology business coach Dominic Monkhouse talks to entrepreneurs, authors and thought-leaders. I am fascinated to learn and share how they scaled their great companies and cultures.

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