Tip #485: SMaC for Organizational Success

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“We will begin by learning how to tie our shoes.” John Wooden

In his most recent book Great By Choice, Jim Collins, discovered that the most successful businesses (and their leaders) have a very simple and clear way of running their business. He called it a SMaC recipe.

SMaC stands for Specific, Methodical, and Consistent.

SMaC is a set of durable operating practices that create a replicable and consistent success formula. It is clear and concrete, enabling the entire business to unify and organize its efforts, giving clear guidance regarding what to do and what not to do.  The SMaC recipe reflects empirical validation and insight about what actually works and why.

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