Practitioners of change talk about people, process, technology, and information as part of the project success, however, most business leaders fail to place them into context within their change initiatives and as a result, fall far short of their stated goal. Lampere says that each one of these areas is a driver of operational performance, they are equally important, and are mutually interdependent. You can't change one driver without having an impact on the other three drivers.
He goes on to describe his concept as a "Dynamic Equilibrium"
Nearly a year after George Lampere unveiled the "Integrated Performance Solution" approach in his book, Business Cards: Transforming the Organization One Card at a Time, the approach has apparently made a significant impact to many large-change initiatives as reported by the many emails he has received. Since then, many organizations continue to described various levels of success and ask for specific advice. Lampere's blog provides weekly posts related to various topics outlined in the book with examples and helpful recommendations.
The message that Lampere professes has been clear and consistent. He strives to create an Adaptive / Constructive culture that aligns to the core values of the client’s organization that enables employees to work effectively within a defined business process that is enhanced by technology, and leveraged by quality information that creates shared knowledge that empowers employees to make informed decisions.
Business Cards: Transforming the Organization One Card at a Time (ISBN-10: 0615643876 | ISBN-13: 9780615643878)