Formula for Success

Ever wondered what elite team performance actually looks like?

Well, look no further than Red Bull Racing’s repair of Max Verstappen’s car at the 2020 Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix  (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-HpHDpeF8E).

The team completed the repair in under 18 minutes (which would normally have taken well over an hour), with thirty seconds to spare before they were required to leave the grid. The car not only lasted the entire race, but Max went on to finish in 2nd place. A truly staggering achievement.

So how did they do it? Well, here’s our take.

Avoid Sitting in the Cheap Seats

If your organisation defaults to a blame culture in times of stress or uncertainty, find out how to avoid the costly disruption of sitting in the cheap seats.

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The 'Secret Sauce' of Performance Improvement

It's often said that people are your most important asset. We broadly agree with that but with a purposeful 'twist'.

As Jim Collins says in his book, "Good to Great", we argue that the right people are your most important asset.