The “Performance Enhancement Quotient” (PEQ) process is designed to extract the best practices from the top performers in your organization.
Once you understand what exact nuanced elements make your top performers successful, you will want to make sure the rest of your organization can benefit from the knowledge and experience they have accumulated over the years.
One way to do this is to read Jay PEQ document that shows you what to look for when optimizing, the types of questions to ask, and how to organize the information so it is most useful.
Jay always says “Optimize what you’re currently doing first, then create new ideas to test and implement.
That way you are maximizing what you are already going to be doing, and thus creating a more stable foundation to support your organization while testing out the newer ideas and innovative approaches.”