By Harry Paul & John Britt Published April 16, 2014 12:00 p.m.
“In the 80’s, many began their search for excellence. Over three decades later, the search still continues for many of us and, for others, the search has just begun.
We were intrigued by the concept of excellence in both the personal and organizational domains. So, we began on a journey to understand excellence and soon found that a significant barrier exists. Excellence did not have a generally accepted definition. Thus, any further value we could contribute to the understanding of excellence must be predicated on unshakable bedrock and pillars sanctioned by all those in search of excellence. In short, a common working definition of excellence must be derived.”
About Harry Paul & John Britt |
John Britt is director of healthcare solutions at Kforce. He has been assisting large organizations’ leadership and management with change for over twenty years. He is the coauthor, with Ken Blanchard, of Who Killed Change?
Harry Paul has over thirty years’ experience in business, including management training and consulting, sales, distribution, product development, and international operations. He is the coauthor of six books, including Revved! (with Ross Reck) and the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller Fish!