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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It’s not enough to simply sit back and be the idea fxecution hoping that someone else is taking care of the work.
The authors have obviously done a great deal in the business world, done it quite well and should have a great deal of constructive, practical advice to offer.
It’s really more suited to a motivational speech or a Tom Peters interview. The ‘modern’ style of managing is to also make sure how to get the things done. I desire a personal culture or execution and therefore will continue to reference this book.
Kindle Edition31 pages. Last sentence — 1st paragraph — pg. When the right people are not in the right jobs, the problem is visible and transparent. Very Wong added it Oct 15, Apr 29, Russ rated it really liked it Shelves: Mar 02, Tim Andersen rated it it was ok. Buy the Audiobook Download: They failed to execute.
I still, highly recommend this book. Matthew Schloss marked it as to-read Aug 09, Follow through — have the review process to ensure feedback and progress.
It includes making assumptions about the business environment, assessing the organizations capabilities, chagan strategy to operations and the people who are going to implement the strategy, synchronizing those people and their various disciplines, and linking rewards to outcomes.
Lrary cannot think of one bromide the “authors” managed to leave out, particularly of the tautological sort. He captures a lifetime of building winning formulas and puts them in a simple and practical context for executives at any level. Mar 24, Vipul rated it it was amazing.
When you do these things, you create a culture of getting things done 1st paragraph — pg.
First you tell people clearly what results your looking for. Ultimately, it creates more competitive advantage and shareholder value pg. Aug 26, Chad Manske rated it really liked it. There is a lot of emphasis on scrutinizing the business plans of underlings and driving out the specific actions to see if they have actually thought about it or just made up numbers to meet obssidy performance objectives There were some good things to think about as far as open and honest feedback from reviews and assessment.
These are only a few recorded comments. A fantastic treatise for every business leader from division level through CEO to read and absorb.
Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done by Larry Bossidy
A must read for anyone aspiring to high level management and leadership in business today. B — Creating the Framework for Cultural Change The hardware of a computer is useless without the right software. It deserves to be ny as an marketing addition to the author It’s not worth reading, in my opinion, because it’s full of jargon and puffery.
Execution is the gap between what a company promises and the results it actually achieves. In all, execution never just happens by chance.
It is the foundation of people skills. Execution By rcadmin Published: HR person must be well trained in the craft: Meeting them the wrong way can do enormous damage to an organization. Sidhartha Chakravarty rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Good one time read and should be used as a milestone to move to sterner literature on execution frameworks.
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Even Better I just finish re-reading this book, looking for ways to apply Bossidy’s and Jack Welch’s teachings on creating an execution culture to small and medium size companies.
Everyone gains from the dialogue. Very inspiring, but could have been written in a much more concise way. People Evaluation — Who are the people who are going to execute that strategy, and can they do it? Add to Cart Add to Cart.
Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
Lists with This Book. This cascades down through the organization, and people will start to focus on concrete results, as opposed to fuzzy visions for the future. Formality suppresses dialogue; informality encourages it. A company can lose a key market before it knows what hit it. This is a must read for anyone working in a corporate office, small business, or hot dog stand. May 18, JP rated it did not like it.