I was with a client, trying to accelerate his business execution and create a habit to be sure his priorities were not random but they were SMART. Tom Stone shared with me why he liked our RedYellowGreen process. He told me that if we could do the M - Measureable and the T - Timely part of "SMART." We are pretty much there. He realized that by RedYellowGreening you can. Here is how you RedYellowGreen your priorities:
- Green = The goal
- Red = Unacceptable results
- Yellow = between Red and Green
- And then we have SuperGreen which is the stretch goal that your "A" Players need.