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Book Report - The 4 Disciplines of Execution

The 4 Disciplines of Execution: How to focus on the important and avoid the whilrwind. By Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, Jim Huling.
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Brian Suyat

on 5 April 2016

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Transcript of Book Report - The 4 Disciplines of Execution

Focus
Use 20% of our time to pursue wildly important goals.
Ignore the whirlwind for something a lot more important.
Follow to completion.
1. Focus on the Wildly Important
Only 2 WIG at a time.
Battle you choose must win the war.
Senior leaders veto, rarely dictate.
From X to Y by WHEN.
2. Act on Leading Measures
Predictive:
Measures something that leads to the goal.

Influenceable:
Something we can affect
3. Keep a Compelling Scorecard
Scoreboard for the whole team.
In 5 seconds or less, are we winning or losing?
4. Create a Cadence of Accountability
Accountability for last week commitments
Review scoreboard
Clear the path and make new commitments
1. Focus on the Wildly Important Goals.
2. Act on Leading Measures
3. Keep a Compelling Scorecard
4. Create a Cadence of Accountability
“To achieve a goal you have never done before, you must start doing things you have never done before.”


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The 4 Disciplines of Execution
How to focus on the important and avoid the whirlwind.
80% of our time is spent tumbling in the Whirlwind.
WIG
Lag
Measure
Leading Measure
Action
“People play differently when you keep score.”
Pg. 65
8 Hrs
32 Hrs
By Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, Jim Huling
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