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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4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX): Closing the Execution Gap
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Since I started using 4DX, I’ve felt much more in control of my life, I can see the progress I’m making and what I need to do to make even more, and I’m finally making money! Published April 24th by Free Press first published October 1st They want a quarter-inch hole.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals
Feb 01, Mike rated it really liked it Shelves: Well, the simple answer is: 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 Update By following The 4 Disciplines: I like 44dx the authors discuss the “whirlwind” or daily business tasks that consume us all and indicate upfront that unless the managers me and my boss are willing to block out time to deal with our WIGs Wildly Important Goals the whole things will fall apart.
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But seriously, every time someone brings up WIGs at work without irony, I start to cringe and look for a quick exit or hidden bottle of whiskey. The day to day urgent activities that prevent you from working on your true strategy 2-WIG Nov 08, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: An engaging book about achieving W.
Sep 14, Robert Chapman rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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 covsy Return to Book Page.
Do you remember the last major initiative you watched die in your organization? There are some similarities with “Agile”: I’m not sure why I didn’t read this book sooner.
I really disliked the use of QR codes for videos and extra content mid-page.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals by Chris McChesney
Simply put, this is one book that no business leader can afford to miss. I highly recommend this book for anyone in management or strategy execution! Their lessons seem plausible. Sep 28, Dvir Oren rated covvey really liked it.
Good book to reinforce, remind or present how to not be taken by “the whirlwind” and being accountable by the goals you want to achieve. May 25, Mario Russo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Cadence of Accountability p.
Did it go down with a loud crash? 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. Oct 22, Lea Ludwig rated it really liked it Shelves: What one thing in your business would have the highest impact if it changed?