Sports players are evaluated on five core skills (or tools). In baseball, a five-tool player is one who excels at hitting for average, hitting for power, base running skills and speed, throwing ability, and fielding abilities. Willie Mays, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Roberto Clemente are among a few major leaguers to have had all five tools.
As a company, we’re continuously developing and honing our skills around five elements:
- Values and Expectations
- System Design
- Behavioral Choices
- Learning Systems
- Justice and Accountability
We have spent our careers developing skills in these five areas, building methods and tools that are among the best in the world in each element. With recognition of the 16 design laws, we set out to develop proficiency in these five elements and to teach the world how to do each well.