Catalytic Mechanisms are easy managerial tools, initially explained by Jim Collins, which can assist organizations to convert goals into results.
Catalytic mechanisms are the vital links between performance and objectives - they are galvanizing, non bureaucratic way to convert one into another. They are the devices that convert lofty aspirations into concrete actuality. They create big, hairy, audacious goals (BHAGs) achievable. On the basis of research, Collins notes five characteristics that divide catalytic mechanisms from traditional managerial devices:
Usage of Catalytic Mechanisms. Applications
Steps in the Catalytic Mechanisms.
Guidelines for creating Catalytic Mechanisms, Collins provides a few rules