Organizational Performance Leadership Standard - Jibran Bashir Leadership Institute

Organizational Performance Leadership Standard

What is Organizational Performance Leadership (OPL)?

“Organizational Performance Leadership (OPL) is a term coined by Jibran Bashir in year 2021.”

It is an applied concept of achieving the overall organizational goals both financial and non-financial, to attain the long-term vision of the organization through structures, processes, suitable workplace, job descriptions, key performance indicators, and leadership development initiatives.

What is Organizational Performance Leadership Standard (OPLS)?

“Organizational Performance Leadership Standard (OPLS) is an upcoming product of Jibran Bashir Leadership Institute that describes mandatory courses of action related to the interconnected strategic planning, structuring, operating procedures, workplace environment, job descriptions, key performance indicators, and leadership development initiatives as a regularly defined practice to achieve organizational goals effectively and efficiently.”

Use of Organizational Performance Leadership Standard (OPLS)

Organizational Performance Leadership Standard is a unique product reserved exclusively for businesses and government organizations.

Organizations will comply with the Organizational Performance Leadership Standard (OPLS) to achieve their planned financial and non-financial targets through structures, processes, suitable workplace, job descriptions, key performance indicators, and leadership development initiatives.

OPLS is not just another standard in the market to streamline the management practices of the organizations but to ensure the performance of businesses to achieve the bottom line.

Organizations who will comply with OPLS will be declared OPLS Certified Organization (OCO) after the successful audit by JBLI’s auditors.

The research paper “Organizational Performance Leadership” (OPL) has been published in the International Journal of Business and Management Studies (IJBMS) ISSN 2694-1430 (Print), ISSN 2694-1449 (Online)