Monday, April 23, 2007

Your Company's Trajectory: Up, Down, or Sideways?

At all times, in all companies, irrespective of size or industry, there is an Innate Trajectory(C) to their performance and viability that is independent of the economy, of the competition, of the current bottom line.

As that trajectory points - up or down - so will the company go. As the angle of the trajectory slopes, so will the company move: Quickly or slowly; up or down.

The Innate Trajectory(C) is not detected in the financials or even the KPI's; these are historic, retrospective measures. Their ability to show trends is very limited, even with the most sophisticated of models.

The Innate Trajectory is detected (and measured) by using the causes of it: The Drivers of Performance. (Nothing can show a trajectory better - or further ahead - than its causes.) They show both direction and intensity, at the very time they are creating the future. The Drivers, in fact, predict.

They can be identified - easily. They can be measured - simply. They can be changed - readily. As they change, they change the future.

Your thoughts are welcome. You can input your opinions and read those of others at the Comments button below.


At 1:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I like the idea of trajectory. It seems that it has relevance in the area of 'gut feel' that Leaders often have about their company and is likely to be way more accurate and certainly more timely.

How can I get a demonstration for me and then my team?


At 9:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Anon.

Send us a personal email at

Diane Neumann, Manager

At 5:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I went through this process a few years ago. It turned out we were a disaster waiting to happen and we had not known.

We dodged a bullet.

Jagjid Chatha

At 8:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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