I recently had the pleasure of speaking to Sean Covey, Jim Huling and 4DX shows leaders where they can find real leverage and how to use. 4DX. Sean Covey is president of FranklinCovey, co-author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution and author of The Leader in Me: How Schools. Franklin Covey 4DX. The 4 Disciplines of Execution are all about producing great results. The disciplines point from right to left because great teams execute.
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The authors give examples of the specific wording to use when asking questions, talk about how often to have meetings and for how long and with how many people, etc.
No trivia or quizzes yet. I presented the issue, other team members proposed solutions, we agreed on measurable leading indicators, tallied our progress visually, and that focused our actions, making a huge difference in helping us achieve our goal.
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Trying to figure out how to apply them to my team with scattered foci will be challenging but I think it 4rx work. Practical, realistic, intellectually simple and yet grueling to make it happen. My wife also worked for the Covey Leadership Center and later FranklinCovey after the merger while I was finishing college.
I highly recommend this book. Overall, The 4 Disciplines of Execution is a comprehensive, useful addition to the canon of leadership training tools.
4 Disciplines of Execution
After reading how important execution is in several recent business titles, finally a book that explains exactly how to execute. Cadence of Accountability p. The Four Disciplines are: Then rank them by impact on the WIG. May 27, Amber rated it it was ok Shelves: In many ways I’m biased by my own agnosticism towards Franklin Covey. They want a quarter-inch hole.
The wildly important goals that you should put your daily energy into I recommend this book for helping people who want to stay focused, accomplished and organized! The 4 Disciplines of Execution can change all that forever. I enjoyed the reading. Overall this was a very insightful book. May 25, Mario Russo rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 14 comments. Well, the simple answer is: I have used this approach in real life and it worked.
That may change as I put these disciplines into play. Anyway, the Covey mantle 4vx evidently been passed. Worth a try, for sure. I was easy and quick, and I had lots of insights.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals
I had to read this for work. Overall, I’d say this book is frickin’ fantastic. This book is FranklinCovey’s response and answer. Otherwise, the effort will fall by the wayside.
I’ve also prepared a talk to my team about this book, here is the slides in portuguese http: So, why do I give this 3-stars while I gave a recent and rare read of a business management book only two-stars Executive Toughness?
We read this book on our team at work. This is particularly true when the team can see the direct impact their actions have on the results. The approach is simple enough to actually be usable in an organization and it directly addresses what I think is the problem with all YABRs, follow through.
What one thing in your business would have the highest impact if it changed? Fully two-thirds of the book focuses more on the how than the what, which sets 4DX a bit apart from its brethren and makes its pitch both compelling and attractive. The 4DX approach makes sense in the context of general principles of behavior change, because it gets groups of people working step by step toward meaningful objective goals with frequent feedback. Lead measures Lead Measures – predictive measure something that leads to the goal and influenceable we can impact this immediately The key is choosing the lead measures that will give you leverage to move the giant rock that is your WIG, and measuring them.
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