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Why you should get a rhythm in your business

Use the ancient wisdom of the Eastern philosophy, cycles, seasons and methodology to set up systems and flows for improved efficiency. 


Scott Picken, 28 February 2016  Share  0 comments  Print


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I have been working with Roger Hamilton since 2010. Hamilton teaches about flow and how to set up a rhythm in a company so that everything can happen smoothly. He uses the ancient wisdom of the Eastern philosophy, cycles, seasons and methodology.

Once a year you need to spend time as a team and focus on the WHY. You then create a Team Charter which is your annual plan. In your Team Charter you agree the most important Conditions of Success, which is what is essential to be achieved to succeed in the year. 

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Then quarterly you focus on the WHAT. You do a Promotion Plan per quarter and per condition of success. There is only one person who can be accountable for each condition of success. Monthly there is a check in on the Promotion Plans and ensure that they are on track. This is the WHO. 

Weekly you have Flightdecks which are basically a dashboard and help you to know whether you are on track or not, allowing you to adjust if you need to. This is the WHEN. 

Finally there are the daily activities which is the WHY. I highly recommend you read a book called The One Thing which shares about how to focus on one thing at a time and to be super productive. 

Clarity of responsibility

Each person (the WHO) who is responsible for an annual condition of success needs to design their major Promotion Plan per quarter. This will finalise the “when” and the “how”, which can then be measured and reviewed.

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Each promotion is made up of projects to achieve the promotion.

Stage

Review

Renew

Responsible

Accountable

Why

Annually

Never

Board& Mngmt Team

CEO

What

Quarterly

Annually

Board& Mngmt Team

CEO

Who

Monthly

Quarterly

BU Leader

COO

When

Weekly

Monthly

BU Leader

COO

How

Daily

Weekly

Individual

BU Leader

 

 

 

 

In conclusion each quarter you should review the progress, take the results, understand the key learnings and ensure that you are staying on track to achieve your annual targets.

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Scott Picken

Scott Picken is the author of Property Going Global and the Founder and CEO of Wealth Migrate, the premier online global real estate investment marketplace. He is an expert in the intersection of technology and global real estate markets, with more than 17 years of experience in the industry. Wealth Migrate offers investors access to below-market real estate in first world markets through crowdfunding with a low investment minimum of just $10,000 USD. Originally from South Africa, he founded his first real estate investment firm at age 26, International Property Solutions (IPS). Through IPS and Wealth Migrate, he works to realise his vision of revolutionising the real estate industry through crowdfunding technology to provide a single hub for real estate investors to build wealth easily and manage their portfolios safely.

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