What are the Various Components of the Rockefeller Habits Program?

The following outlines the various components of the Rockefeller Habits Program

The One-Page Plan.

  • SWOT. Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
  • Core Values (3-6). How you define (and build) your culture.
  • Core Purpose. Why do you do what you do? What is your higher purpose?
  • Core Purpose Actions. Action steps to build and nurture your culture and purpose.
  • BHAG. Big Hairy Audacious Goal.
  • KPI’s. The Key Performance Indicators that are key for the organization.
  • 3-5 Year Targets (Strategy). Where you will be in 3-5 years.
  • 3-5 Year Actions/Key Initiatives. What must you do to ensure you reach your targets.
  • Sandbox. Where can you be #1 or #2 in the market? Where can you dominate?
  • Brand Promise. What are the key (measurable) needs that you satisfy for the clients?
  • 1 Year Targets (Execution). Where will you be in 1 year?
  • Critical Number. What is your absolute #1 TOP priority for the next year?
  • 1 Year Actions/Priorities. What must you do to ensure alignment behind your TOP priority and targets for the next year?
  • Balancing Number. What must we ‘measure’ to ensure ‘healthy’ growth for the year?
  • Quarterly Targets (Execution). Where will you be in 90 days?
  • Critical Number. What is your absolute #1 TOP priority for the next 90 days?
  • Quarterly Actions/Rocks. What must you do to ensure alignment behind your TOP priority and targets for the next 90 days?
  • Balancing Number. What must we measure to ensure ‘healthy’ growth for the quarter?
  • Theme. How can you align everyone in the organization behind your TOP priority?
  • Individual Plans. Priorities for each member of the leadership team, complete with KPI’s, Rocks, Critical Numbers, etc.

Additional programs we weave into the quarterly program.

  • Shared Learning / Book Reviews. “Start with smart executives, then keep them smart.”
  • TopGrading. Continuously assessing (and improving) the bench strength of employees.
  • Recruiting. Ways to improve the process of finding, hiring & keeping the best people.
  • Team Assessments. Organizational Health Checkup and 4-Decisions Assessments.
  • Start, Stop, Continue. What should you start doing, stop doing and keep doing?
  • Org Chart. Quarterly review of the accountability chart inside the organization.
  • Meeting Rhythms/Structure. Key to execution is proper (customized) communication.
  • Assigned Accountability. P&L, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow – assigned accountability.
  • Team & Client Feedback Process. How to measure and capture feedback.
  • Core Values ‘ALIVE’ Process. Nurturing your culture at all times.
  • Cash Conversion. What can we do to generate more cash inside the organization?
  • Ownership Thinking. Ways to have your employees care like you do.
  • Respond vs React. How can you communicate better, without always reacting.
  • Words You Own. What words do you want to own online?
  • The X-Factor. What will give you a 7-10x advantage over the competition?
  • Catalytic Mechanism. Mechanism to ensure quality delivery of product or service.
  • Pre-Mortum Exercise. Effectively finds holes in any major initiative before launch time.
  • 5-Dysfunctions of a Team. Build the strength of your team – get 1 + 1 = 3.
  • Multipliers. Build leaders who multiply the strength of their teams, vs diminishing them.