Monthly Archives: March 2014

Seven Hurdles to Successful Execution Management – Hurdle #1

Hurdle #1:  Every organization believes they have an execution management system. That’s right; every organization believes they have one. The problem is this: it’s not really a system. It’s a bunch of, at best, loosely related individual vehicles for accomplishing … Continue reading

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Seven Hurdles to Successful Execution Management – Overview

Our definition of execution is the activity of getting things done. Our definition of execution management in an organization is how one manages the multiplicity of what needs to get done. This includes both executing strategy and executing the day-to-day … Continue reading

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What would be Possible if Every Employee in your Organization Owned their Job?

What we mean by owning their job is that: Every employee fully understands the goals of the company. Every employee fully understands their own goals, towards the goals of the company and knows the critical steps necessary to achieve those … Continue reading

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