Measure What Matters

Dear CSS Members and Colleagues:

I wanted to share with you a book, which you might find of interest. As many of us probably face barriers in our aspirations to be purposeful and productive in our organizations and businesses, I though “Measure what Matters” by John Doerr might be a useful read for you during the summer. This New York Times Best Seller provides insights into the most successful businesses, which have used the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) approach to create alignment and reward performance as a prescription for success. John Doerr is one of the most successful Venture Capitalists of all time. He provided initial venture funds for start-up of Google and he drove INTEL’s success as well. He inspired and guided many more companies. I’ve bolded sections of interest in my notes and put in italics what I think may be relevant to each of you in your managerial role in your organization (Click Here). But for a deep dive that is worthwhile, buy the book. I hope this is helpful.

Kind Regards,

Jon JP Warner, MD

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