Like everyone we were rightly impressed with the Seahawks dominating performance over Denver in the Superbowl. Unlike everyone else we are deeply interested in how they did it. Yes they hit harder, played tougher, and won in every dimension, but how did they prepare themselves for such a dominating performance. If you listen to Pete Carrol some of the mystery is revealed. He uses the exact same methods that we use with our clients. To get the maximum performance from people you start by instilling a set of operating principles, a foundation on which everything is built; principles such as honesty, trust, accountability, commitment and integrity. Without those you will never have a solid team. On top of that you build new practices. Then rather than put together big sets of rules and procedures you turn your people/players loose and trust that you have done a good job of teaching the principles and practices. In the case of the Seahawks the results speak for themselves. The same sort of epic performance is available to anyone who is willing to invest the time and resources in learning new ways of working, leading, and managing. In the next few months you will watch a huge burst of attention on the Seahawks and how they won the Superbowl. Pay close attention and see if you can see what we are pointing to.
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.