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Conduct business reviews — show up as a way of your appreciation and a reward for their extensive preparation. Robust dialogue makes an organization effective in gathering information, understanding the nossidy, and reshaping it to produce decisions.
Jagadeesh rated it liked it Sep 09, Most of the book was about setting expectations and following through by holding people accountable. Aug 14, Sushant Sharma rated it liked it. All along I’ve taken pride that I’m an “ideas guy”. While they are good reminders they do not inspire nor impress. 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. Return to Book Page. Lauck rated it really liked it Apr 21, Know yourself — build emotional fortitude — comes from self-discovery and self-mastery.
How people talk to each other absolutely llarry Execution: Know your people and business a. Preview — Execution by Larry Bossidy.
Summary: Execution – Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
The Discipline of Getting Things Done is well written and gives sound, practical advice about how to make things happen. Decisiveness is the ability to make rsm decisions swiftly and well, and act on them.
Started off very strong and somehow became less impressive towards the end. Deciding what to do about nonperformers. People Evaluation — Who are the people who are going to execute that strategy, and can they do it? I’ll even buy the hard cover for the library.
Good one time read and should be used as a milestone to move to sterner literature on execution frameworks. Bossidy has come up with a valuable and practical management guide that is must-reading for everyone who cares about business. Mar 02, Tim Andersen rated it it was ok.
You can’t have an impact on anyone or anything if you can’t execute. Apparently many are convinced it does. I cannot think of one bromide the “authors” managed to leave out, particularly of the tautological sort. An person or organization must seriously expose and address what can and should be done.
Nowhere is candid dialogue more important than in the people process. In July Larry Bossidy was asked by the board of directors of Honeywell International it had merged with AlliedSignal to return and get the company back on track. 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 execcution medium size companies.
Execution – Ram Charan
Buy the Audiobook Download: Leaders must be hands on. I can look back in my career and endeavors and see a string of poor execution. I simply do not care. Moreover, Bossidy and Charan boast an impressive enough track record that anyone who wants to stay sharp at the helm will welcome their assistance.
Lists with This Book. I am an executor – first and foremost. Crown Business; 1 edition June 15, Language: 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.
I enjoyed considering the key difference between what behaviors successful companies exude. Reading this book literally slapped that thought out of my head and replaced it with “execution”. Forty perc I gave this 3 stars not because it was a bad book, but rather because I think other books better convey a similar but more concise message.
Doers energize people; they are decisive on tough issues, get things done through others and follow through as second nature. It also shows an effective attempt at leadership with transparency.
Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done by Larry Bossidy
The people process is more important than either the strategy or operations processes. You cannot be detached and removed and absent. Execution — or more frequently, the lack of execution — is the biggest issue facing businesses today.
There wasn’t a section on “how to ask effective questions”. This is definitely a business book and I am certainly alrry a business person. You know, it reminds me of sitting through talks and speeches in church when I was a kid.
Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
Personally, I need to be real about my situation, set clear strategic, operational goals and be held accountable for my progress. Their 3 fundamental tasks where the leader must see execution: It’s really more suited to a motivational speech or a Tom Peters interview. Marcos rated it really liked it Aug 06,