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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

DNA of High-Performing Organizations

It is no accident that certain companies are capable of maintaining an extraordinary level of execution over time. Our research uncovered three elements, gleaned from organizations that excel on both people and business measures, that identify a high-performance culture. This Strategic Overview outlines the elements and 15 specific strategies that support them. It also includes a discussion on the challenges that high-performing companies face and specific actions organizations can take to continue on their journey toward high performance.

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AUTHORS

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Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D.

Executive Vice President, Human Capital; Executive Director, The Engagement Institute™
The Conference Board

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Amy Lui Abel, PhD

Vice President, Human Capital Research
The Conference Board

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Amanda Popiela

Researcher, Human Capital
The Conference Board

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Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D.

Executive Vice President, Human Capital; Executive Director, The Engagement Institute™

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Amy Lui Abel, PhD

Vice President, Human Capital Research

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