New Paradigm for Performance
"The current model of performance, while having produced many improvements in performance during its 100 year reign, has been essentially exhausted leaving in its wake little more than a labyrinth of explanations for performance. Given that models are constrained and shaped by the paradigm from within which they are generated, a truly new model of performance would require a new paradigm of performance.
Our new model of performance (a part of our new paradigm of performance), rather than adding more explanations for why people do what they do and why they don’t do what they don’t do, provides actionable access to the source of performance. This actionable access to the source of performance opens up a new realm of opportunity for study and research, and for new and more effective interventions, applications, and practices for improving individual, group, and organizational performance." - Abstract of A New Paradigm of Individual, Group, and Organizational Performance, by Werner Erhard, Professor Michael C. Jensen and the Barbados Group
“How Language Shapes the World: A New Model Providing Actionable Access to the Source of Performance”, Erhard, Werner, (October 28, 2009). Barbados Group Working Paper No. 09-03. Available at SSRN - Presented at: 2009 NeuroLeadership Summit, Los Angeles, CA, Oct. 28,2009 and John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Oct. 15, 2009
Three Laws of Performance - Investors Business Daily
International Association for a New Paradigm of Performance - LinkedIn Group
A New Paradigm of Individual, Group and Organizational Performance - at Google Books
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