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There’s a lot of thought leadership around what companies need to do to scale up. But what can you do to provide 4X or 10x value to your organization? First, define what is expected of you and how it might be calculated.
On the “shop floor” you are expected to execute your tasks. In return you will receive compensation. Your compensation is driven by the value of the role according to the company or by market averages.
We can therefore say a job on the “shop floor” provides:
Here are few of the ways you can achieve 2x performance value on the shop floor:
In the Managers office you are expected to execute on initiatives. Your value to the company is multiplied because you are now enabling multiple workers on the shop floor.
We can therefore say a manager’s job provides:
Here are a few of the ways you can achieve 2x performance value from the managers office:
In the ‘C’ suite you are expected to execute on strategy. Your value to the company is further multiplied both by the expanded percentage of the overall workforce that you influence and by the strategy that you apply to the initiatives and tasks being performed.
We can therefore say an executive job provides:
Here are a few ways you can achieve 9x value from the ‘C’ suite:
The truth is, you can deliberately scale your performance and in doing so you will elevate everything and everyone around you including your own responsibility and the returns you will experience.