What is “hyper-performance” ?

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It is a state of performance when all the useless human thinking is minimized or removed completely. Such as poor judgements, distractive thoughts, subjective biases, bad decisions, and alike. For example, employees can be reluctant to accept artificial intelligence. It means there is something in their minds that stop them. That something is the root cause. To find it, a tool called the Circles helps managers to do a quick and easy investigation. When applied, every employee will fall into one of the three circles: green, yellow, or red. The highest risk is in the yellow circle. Because these people express their support, while are not acting accordingly. To achieve hyper-performance, their problem attitude should be found and removed.




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