Take the Not-So-Giant Leap to Proactive Operations
Barack Obama, the President of the United States, shares America’s next chapter in space exploration in his recent CNN article.
“One of my earliest memories is sitting on my grandfather's shoulders, waving a flag as our astronauts returned to Hawaii. This was years before we'd set foot on the moon. Decades before we'd land a rover on Mars. A generation before photos from the International Space Station would show up in our social media feeds.”
He continues, “I still have the same sense of wonder about our space program that I did as a child. It represents an essential part of our character -- curiosity and exploration, innovation and ingenuity, pushing the boundaries of what's possible and doing it before anybody else. The space race we won not only contributed immeasurably important technological and medical advances, but it also inspired a new generation of scientists and engineers with the right stuff to keep America on the cutting edge.”
Barack Obama Proclaims America’s Giant Leap to Mars
Cutting edge? We can relate.
Obama then makes it very clear later in his article how cutting-edge America plans to be.
“We have set a clear goal vital to the next chapter of America's story in space: sending humans to Mars by the 2030s and returning them safely to Earth, with the ultimate ambition to one day remain there for an extended time.”
This mission got us thinking.
If America is ready to make the giant leap to Mars, what’s keeping properties around the world from achieving similar success?
Proactive Operations is a not-so-giant leap that world-class properties can make to be and stay cutting edge.
So, why the wait?
Time is up. Are you ready to take the leap necessary to achieve maximum performance?
3 Ways Proactive Operations Is Attainable
Are you familiar with Proactive Operations?
Either way, keep reading because you’ll gain insight on the steps necessary to employ a proactive operation.
Proactive Operations is a three-part methodology for maximizing the performance of your operation:
But, what many leaders might miss is the order in which it should be employed.
It’s a gradient that requires you to complete one aspect of the method before moving on to the next.
Some operations understand their strategy, others rely on a robust infrastructure, and others have first