I learned a lot of things from Bossidy and Charan, specially that execution is not something you delegate, it is the direct responsibility of the leader. Bottom line, the book over reaches. This kind of effective operating process goes way beyond the typical budget exercise that looks into a rearview mirror to set its goals.
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Execution vossidy it's simplest sense is to: I did not really enjoy this book, it sort of made me edgy. I simply do not care. Because the authors are corporate leaders, this book is treated better than it deserves.
Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
First you tell people clearly what results your looking for. Formal conversations and presentations leave little room for debate.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Putting an execution culture in place is hard, but losing it is easy. Do not reward individuals for just strong achievement on numbers but also on the desirable behaviors that people actually adopt.
I question that this will stretch us. The idea that many people intellectualize, philosophize and cannot actually implement or execute is so very true, I have seen it over and over again in my career. This cascades down through the organization, and people will start to focus on concrete results, as opposed to fuzzy visions for the future. The combination of people and strategy lead to an operating plan, in which the execution takes place.
Don't bssidy before you leave your dent in the universe. Focus on a very few clear priorities that everyone can grasp. Expand peoples capabilities 7. Wrong published date bosaidy 11 Jun 10, Add to Cart Add to Cart.
Deciding what to do about nonperformers. When you click on a Sponsored Executuon ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it. This smart and pithy book focuses on a simple though vexing challenge: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Oarry the book's fundamental premise, that companies fail unless run by him, Jack or a few friends because they don't execute, only stands because the authors subordinate strategy to execution.
Execution - Ram Charan
I enjoyed stories about good bossiddy who executed by hard work, follow-up, and emotional fortitude, using open dialogue and allowing people to take ownership and build themselves by accomplishing specific executable goals.
I highly reccomend this book. I am leaving a trail of results in my wake as proof that I have impacted the world in a positive way.
I also learned that business plans have to be so detailed, they become daily guides. Reading this book literally slapped that thought out of my head and replaced it with "execution". If you can ignore the first 3rd of the book, the other two thirds focusing on strategy and people processes are great.
If you agree with that, this book has some useful ideas, but nothing I haven't seen in several companies. Look at how many CEOs have been asked to resign in the last couple of years.
Please try again later. Once the right people and strategy are in place, they are then linked to an operating process that results in the implementation of specific programs and actions and that assigns accountability.
This timely book was very worthwhile spending time with. A quick caveat to put aside. This is no-nonsense stuff If there is one thing I would like to add to this book however, it exwcution be as follows: