Here’s how I view performance design and how it relates to business strategy.
The more I apply performance consulting, the more I see it as business consulting with a L&D /HR twist.
This infographic captures:
1. The need to start by aligning with business STRATEGY
2. Identify PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES that matter and address pain/gain in relation to that strategy
3. Identify high-value TASKS by priority audience groups, in specific environments/conditions
4. Then, focus on key challenges which tend to fall out as people or environmental elements (though there’s a massive overlap/interplay between them)
5. Consider possible approaches along the same lines.
This pic provides a mental model to contextualise such work but, for a more practical L&D application, check out the (free) Performance Canvas here.
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