By Every Conceivable Metric the All Blacks are the most dominant team in all of sport.
World Champions twice in a row.
Number one in the world for 5 years in a row.
This year they have scored 38 tries while only conceding 5.
They just seem to keep getting better while others get worse.
The coach Steve Hansen’s winning ratio is even more impressive. Of the 63 games he’s coached the All Blacks he’s won 58 of them which is a 91% winning record.
and he’s done it through simple frameworks.
The other major rugby nations have shuffled players, had political interference and played to game plans that baffle most people watching. Complex, muddled and boring.
Hansen’s approach promotes mastering the fundamentals of rugby – catching, passing, physical aggression. When the team get on the field they know what their roles are and know that the guy beside them is going to do his job. When a player get injured or rotated another player comes in and takes their place with no loss of performance.
Simple frameworks are less risky as they are easy to change when things inevitably don’t work as planned. You can adapt and pivot with only a slight loss in momentum.
It’s the same in business.
Simple frameworks are easier to implement and master.
Complex plans often fail when the first thing goes wrong and the next steps aren’t clear. Politics and ego’s promote complexity because it makes them look clever despite the plans having little chance of success.
Simple, predictable frameworks for success win every time.
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