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SOURCE: Afterburner, Inc.
Navy SEAL Commander Mark McGinnis led a group of nearly 100 Nautilus leaders through the management consulting firm’s Flawless Execution® model during the Clearwater, FL meeting last week.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
In today’s ever-changing healthcare industry, a progressive pharmaceutical industry is essential. Every day brings innovation, and the only way to prepare for the challenges and opportunities of innovation is to preemptively address organizational flaws that may hinder adaptability. Afterburner’s powerful Black OpsSM program helps top organizations by providing the skills necessary to not only adjust to changes in the industry, but to prepare for them.
The Flawless Execution® model is a strategic management process designed to improve efficiency while increasing productivity among all levels of a company. Driven by the continuous improvement process of Plan.Brief.Execute.DebriefSM, the approach targets multiple culprits of counter-productivity—like Task Saturation® and ineffective communication—and equips teams with the tools needed to overcome them.
The Black Ops training was held for leaders from Nautilus Neuroscience, a pharmaceutical company that specializes in medications for neurological disorders. Through research and development, the company introduced its migraine prescription medication, CambiaTM, two years ago. Commander McGinnis was able to draw upon his harrowing mission experiences to relate the threats of hostile enemy territory to today’s healthcare environment, and the combat-proven methods necessary to succeed in it. Nautilus CEO William Maichle said, “The message was spot on, content was perfect, and ‘making it real’ for our folks is what we needed.”
The Flawless Execution® model focuses on the vital component of communication in two of the four stages of the model’s core process: the Brief and the Debrief. While the Brief relies on collaboration to quickly and accurately assess situational opportunities and threats before a mission, the Debrief facilitates an open forum among all team members to discuss strengths and weaknesses post-mission. Coupled with the model’s Six Steps to Mission Planning, an intensive process that demands communication and attention to detail, the continuous improvement model has shown to cultivate efficiency and productivity in rapidly changing environments.
To learn more about Afterburner’s innovative approach to professional development and strategy, visit http://www.afterburnerseminars.com or call (404)-835-3500.
Afterburner, Inc., founded in 1996 by U.S. Air Force fighter pilot Jim “Murph” Murphy, trains organizations around the world in the simple, scalable improvement processes of Flawless Execution, which encompasses the Three E’s-Empower, Equip, and EmbedSM. With a client list that includes over 30% of the U.S. Fortune 500, Afterburner is among Inc. Magazine’s “Inc. 500 List of America’s Fastest Growing Companies” and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Financial Times, Newsweek, and Meetings and Conventions Magazine. Afterburner has also appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox News, and Bloomberg News. For information on Afterburner’s Flawless Execution model, please visit http://www.AfterburnerConsulting.com.
About Nautilus Neurosciences, Inc.
Nautilus Neurosciences, Inc. is a neurology-focused specialty pharmaceutical company committed to providing the healthcare community with medically relevant products and services that directly benefit those affected by neurologic disorders. Nautilus is sponsored by Tailwind Capital and Galen Partners. For more information on Nautilus, please visit http://www.nautilusneurosciences.com.
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