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Perspective on the Performance Gap. Jill E. Carter Carter Consulting 801/581-9910. In a Perfect World. What might a perfect “collaborative” environment look like for a supervisor and for an employee?. The Supervisor’s Role.

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perspective on the performance gap

Perspective on thePerformance Gap

Jill E. Carter

Carter Consulting


in a perfect world
In a Perfect World
  • What might a perfect “collaborative” environment look like for a supervisor and for an employee?
the supervisor s role
The Supervisor’s Role
  • To create competent, confident people who own their performance.
  • The “slinky” and systems thinking.
deming and the performance gap
Deming and the Performance Gap
  • Edwards Deming* suggests
    • 94% of the “Performance Gap” is a function of:
      • Process
      • Leadership
    • 6% is employee-based (individual will/accountability)

*Aguayo, Rafael. Dr. Deming, What Every U.S. Business Person Should Know About Successful Management and Bringing Quality Back Home. First Fireside Edition, Carol Publishing Company, New York, New York, 1991.

a supervisor s response
A Supervisor’s Response
  • To Poor Performance
    • First time: Hope the performance will go away
    • Second time: Get angry because the performance expectations are still not met
    • Third time: Transfer ownership of the problem to the will/attitude of the employee
  • What is the Supervisors “frame of mind”?
    • Anger and Dread?
    • Problem Solving and Accountability
white bead red bead exercise1
White Bead/Red Bead Exercise

How did the employees respond during this exercise?

basic truth
Basic Truth

“Organizations are perfectly designed to get exactly what they are getting.”

--Vivian Harrington, Student WSU