One of the key factors for management and leadership success is creating momentum. Whether the business unit is trying to get a new initiative off the ground or get an existing project off dead center, momentum is key. In a recent article, the science of physics is applied to the concept of momentum. This includes 5 steps to building momentum:
- Creating individual & organizational value
- Building a “single focus” strategy
To understand all five steps and their application, take a look here…
“Momentum In physics linear momentum is the product of an object’s velocity (rate m/s) and its mass (kg), movement. P = mv. In sports momentum is well understood and athletes can feel when it is shifting. In an organization it …
Using the comparative science of physics to the business necessity of building momentum is a matter of understanding the relationship between effort and the results desired by the impact of momentum. The business unit’s effort and intensity around the objective produces the end result. The amount of effort must be determined by the level of momentum desired.
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