Best Practice Performance Improvement: The Advisory Board Way

Four big obstacles to performance improvement—and how to overcome them

Get eight essential strategies for successful change initiatives.

specialist brief

Performance improvement seems simple at first: identify a problem, then take steps to solve it. But in practice, many organizations struggle to get change initiatives off the ground, often due to four pitfalls: lack of leadership attention, poor work planning, rocky rollout, and insufficient follow-up.

This overview synthesizes years of Advisory Board research and experience into a single road map for performance improvement and defines eight steps crucial to avoiding these major pitfalls in any change initiative.

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