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S3:E4: Get the right people on the bus.

In Jim Collins' book "Good to Great," one of the key concepts is the idea of "getting the right people on the bus." This metaphorical bus represents an organization or company, and Collins emphasizes the importance
of having the right individuals, with the right skills and mindset, on board for the journey towards greatness.

Collins argues that before deciding on the direction of the organization or specific strategies, it is crucial to focus on getting the right people in key positions. He suggests that successful companies prioritize hiring
and retaining individuals who not only have the necessary skills for their roles but also share the organization's core values and vision.

The concept extends to the idea that once the right people are on the bus, it's equally important to ensure they are in the right seats – meaning that their skills and strengths align with their roles within the
organization. This strategic alignment of people and positions is seen as a critical factor in achieving sustainable success.

The emphasis on people in "Good to Great" reflects Collins' belief that building a great organization is more about having the right team than specific strategies or charismatic leadership alone. It underscores the
significance of a strong and cohesive team working together toward a common goal, fostering a culture of excellence and collaboration.

Jim Collins' point about getting the right people on the bus underscores the foundational importance of building a team with the right individuals who not only possess the necessary skills but also align with the
organization's values and goals. This emphasis on people as a priority is a key element in the path from good to great for any organization.

Key Takeaways

-Having the right people (attitude, motivation, ethos, ethic, values) on the team is more important than adopting the right strategy or approach. The wrong people can subvert the best of plans and organizations.
-Putting the right people in the right seats (employing you units in accordance with their capabilities) is equally important.
-Align skills and strengths
-Culture trumps strategy

  continue reading

62 episoder

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S3:E4: Get the right people on the bus.

In Jim Collins' book "Good to Great," one of the key concepts is the idea of "getting the right people on the bus." This metaphorical bus represents an organization or company, and Collins emphasizes the importance
of having the right individuals, with the right skills and mindset, on board for the journey towards greatness.

Collins argues that before deciding on the direction of the organization or specific strategies, it is crucial to focus on getting the right people in key positions. He suggests that successful companies prioritize hiring
and retaining individuals who not only have the necessary skills for their roles but also share the organization's core values and vision.

The concept extends to the idea that once the right people are on the bus, it's equally important to ensure they are in the right seats – meaning that their skills and strengths align with their roles within the
organization. This strategic alignment of people and positions is seen as a critical factor in achieving sustainable success.

The emphasis on people in "Good to Great" reflects Collins' belief that building a great organization is more about having the right team than specific strategies or charismatic leadership alone. It underscores the
significance of a strong and cohesive team working together toward a common goal, fostering a culture of excellence and collaboration.

Jim Collins' point about getting the right people on the bus underscores the foundational importance of building a team with the right individuals who not only possess the necessary skills but also align with the
organization's values and goals. This emphasis on people as a priority is a key element in the path from good to great for any organization.

Key Takeaways

-Having the right people (attitude, motivation, ethos, ethic, values) on the team is more important than adopting the right strategy or approach. The wrong people can subvert the best of plans and organizations.
-Putting the right people in the right seats (employing you units in accordance with their capabilities) is equally important.
-Align skills and strengths
-Culture trumps strategy

  continue reading

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