Human Potential Project Online by Chris Majer

Our mission is very simple. We intend to revolutionize the practice of management!

Central to our work is the belief that the world does not exist as a permanent fixed reality. We human beings are not merely passive observers. We are intentional players, inventors, designers, and creators of our world. And to accomplish anything, we depend on everyday coordination with others. This is where HP2 makes its mark.

Courses
Human Capital Wins the War

Commitment Based Management (CBM) is an entirely new approach to the practice of management. It is designed to be effective in the new net-speed, flat world that is emerging around us. Commitment Based Management is a body of work that is specifically designed to be effective with today's work force. Traditional management practices are remnants of the industrial era when work meant making things in factories. Make Commitment Based Management a central element of your organizational culture. You'll be glad you did! Today the fundamental aspect of work is the making and fulfilling commitments. Management therefore isn't about supervision; it is the crafting, tracking, coordination, and ultimately the completion of commitments. The value generators in today's world are Coordination Workers and these are the people that Commitment Based Management is targeted to. We believe that CBM will be to this generation of business leaders, what quality was to the previous generation. A modern organization is simply a series of nested commitments. Once the people that make up your organization begin to see their world in this new way, entirely new levels of performance open up to them and you as well. Our work is designed to be effective with the contemporary workforce because we understand what drives them. Coordination workers have three primary desires: the desire for autonomy, the desire for mastery, and the desire for purpose and meaning. The modern worker wants to be self-generating and self-directing. They do not need someone standing over their shoulder telling them what to do. This is annoying and de-motivating to today's employee. Today's workers want to continuously improve and develop their competence so that they can remain competitive in the marketplace. Coordination workers want what they do to make a difference in the world. They want to be part of something that truly matters. Our results speak for themselves.