Why You Need Rhythm Software to Implement the Rockefeller Habits (Infographic)

By Jessica Wishart

Strategy Execution

dateTue, Jan 14, 2020 @ 11:03 AM

At some point, paper tools, spreadsheets, and Strategies for Growtheven simple software solutions are not enough to run your enterprise. When you reach that inflection point, you need to manage your business growth with a more sophisticated solution. That’s not to say that many of the habits that got you where you are today aren’t still relevant; in fact, the 3 Rockefeller Habits (the Quarterly Rock, the Right Data, and the Right Meeting Rhythms) are important for companies of any size. As your company grows, you just need a better way to track and standardize those habits across the enterprise.

The Rhythm software is an elegant solution for Scaling Up your business. Here’s how Rhythm can help you implement the Rockefeller Habits 2.0:

Rhythm Software for Rockefeller Habits Infographic

There are lots of options available for companies looking for a software tool to implement the Rockefeller Habits. However, other software tools for Rockefeller Habits are overly simple for most mid-market growth companies. Rhythm allows you to do more than track progress on Quarterly Rocks and run Weekly Meetings; you can cascade your priorities to multiple teams, create 3-5 Year Winning Moves and Annual Initiatives (in addition to Quarterly Rocks and KPIs), and take advantage of robust features designed to facilitate cross-functional collaboration and drive high performance cultures.

Read more about how Rhythm can help you implement the Rockefeller Habits here.

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Looking for more information to help get you started? Check out our additional resources:

De-Suck Your Unproductive Weekly Status Meetings

9 Steps to a New Revenue Growth Strategy [Infographic]

How to Drive Revenue Growth Consistently [Case Study]

Strong Winning Moves to Grow the Firm and Stay Competitive

Develop a meaningful Think Rhythm for yourself and the company

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Jessica Wishart


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