Do we really need to implement Business Excellence when we seem to be doing OK?
The benefits of business excellence are immense. But it’s your call not to proceed if you believe OK is good enough. Excellence is not compulsory.
Professor Jim Collins famously said: “Good is the enemy of Great”.
In a similar vein, CEOs all too often say: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. They’ll wait for a crisis to happen before attempting to fix things.
The real question that should be asked is: “How good would we become if we all committed to being the best we can possibly be?”