To achieve breakthrough performance in the new work environment, employees must demonstrate enterprise contribution—the combination of individual task performance and network performance. Most employees are willing and have the skills needed to perform collaboratively; why then do so few qualify as enterprise contributors?
Three in four say the organization needs to make it easier for them to meet this new performance expectation. The best companies enable employees to navigate complexity and in turn realize 5% higher YoY revenue growth and 11% higher YoY profit growth.
About Executive Guidance
Since 2009, CEB has delivered a series of cross-functional best practices to guide management teams facing key decisions in the year ahead through its Executive Guidance publications.
CEB produces new issues quarterly, focusing on the top trends influencing bottom-line performance in the new work environment and prescriptive guidance for members on how to embrace them in their own organizations.
Previous Executive Guidance Editions
- The New Quality Imperative (2015 Q1)—Using Culture to Secure Competitive Advantage
- Growth Unlocked (2015 Annual)—Closing the Strategy-to-Execution Gap
- Reducing Risk Management’s Organizational Drag (2014 Q3)—How the best companies encourage healthy risk
- Harnessing Business-Led IT (2014 Q2)—How the best companies find opportunities in business-led technology spending
- Blinded by Delight (2014 Q1)—Why service fails and how to fix it