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  • What's So New About The Six Boxes?

    By: Carl Binder

    This white paper describes the improvements related to ease of communication and application in the Six Boxes Model compared with Thomas F. Gilbert's Behavior Engineering Model from which the Six Boxes evolved, and outlines our strategy for helping to drive "performance thinking" through organizations using Six Boxes programs and coaching.

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  • A View From the Top: Human Performance in Organizations

    By: Carl Binder

    This white paper summarizes obstacles to managing and improving performance in organizations and outlines features of the Six Boxes Approach that enable organizations to overcome those obstacles.

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  • Optimizing Human Performance in Processes

    By: Carl Binder

    This white paper describes challenges related to managing and sustaining human performance needed to execute business processes and shows how Six Boxes® Performance Thinking provides ways to address those challenges — for leaders,  managers, and performance professionals, including process specialists.

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  • Implementation Planning & Change Management with the Six Boxes Approach

    By: Carl Binder

    How often have you seen great new programs, systems, processes, strategies or initiatives that are well conceived and well designed, fully funded, and enthusiastically launched, only to watch them fail during implementation? Change management – that magic phrase that means making something new happen and continue – is often the missing element in such efforts.

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  • Get Out of the Training Box! From Training & Development to Performance Improvement with The Six Boxes Approach

    By: Carl Binder

    Learning professionals in many organizations are involved in the transition from training and development to performance improvement, often aspiring to be performance consultants. We seek to add measurable value to the organizations we serve, to help accelerate business results through people. But for many reasons, we often get “stuck in the training box” – unable to apply what we discover to help align and coordinate all the factors, including training, that affect employee performance.

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  • Optimizing Sales Performance: Defining, Supporting & Managing Your Best Practices Sales Process

    By: Carl Binder

    While companies have traditionally invested large sums to educate and train their sales people, they have not always reaped the best possible returns on those investments.  One of the most common areas of weakness is that sales pipelines, as defined in many companies, comprise a series of completed activities, not defined outcomes or accomplishments. This white paper describes how to more effectively define the sales process to leverage what you identify as best practices among successful sales people, and then addresses the challenge of deciding how to allocate precious resources, and what combinations of enablers to choose.

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  • Performance Thinking Across the Enterprise

    By: Carl Binder & Cynthia Riha

    This white paper describes how, at the Performance Thinking Network, we have been working for over a decade toward a vision where a plain language about performance, simple mental models, and easy to use tools, derived from behavior science can be used across the organization to accelerate performance improvement.

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  • Accelerating Business Results Through Leadership & Management

    By: Cynthia Riha & Carl Binder

    A discussion and analysis of the potential to drive results with the application of Performance Thinking and the Six Boxes Approach in management and leadership development.

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