Make things better for the customer.
Environmental stewardship and social responsibility.
Responsiveness to change.
A dedication to quality.
Creativity and disruptive change.
Productivity and work-ethic.
Efficiency and eliminating waste.
Openness and honesty.
Safety and security.
Living up to ethics and moral principles.
Reducing costs and achieving cost leadership.
Listening to customers.
Building resilience and grit.
Experimenting and learning from failure.
Calculated risk taking and initiative.
Making good use of time.
Time to market and rapid change.
Lifelong learning and education.
Pursuit of adventure and experience.
Leading an industry.
Building relationships and partnerships.
A sense of ownership amongst employees.
Doing good for people and planet.
Pursuit of design perfection.
Mastery of an art, craft or profession.
Investing in people.
Win-win thinking whereby you succeed by helping others succeed.
|Overview: Organizing Principle|
A guiding idea that is used to direct a society, organization or initiative.
Consistency in direction