The Organizational Performance Model reveals the foundation upon which direct behavioral drivers emanate from the vision (written and unwritten) established by senior executives whose authority enables them to affect the entire organization.
Executive determined organizational vision, mission, values, and goals establishes the who, what, when, where, why, and how of the organization. Managers then translate these direction setting statements into the actionable processes (what), standards (how), and schedules (who, when, and where) the workforce will perform in order to fulfill the organization’s purpose for being. These instruments, when reinforced, directly shape the workplace environment and behaviors of all those within it. From these behaviors evolves the organization’s outcomes which inform executives and managers of adjustments to be made to their respective portions of the model in order to drive more desirable results.