4 Disciplines of Execution, by FranklinCovey

4 Disciplines of Execution, supper concentrated

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Discipline 1: Focus on the Wildly Important; If you haven’t already done so, try your hand at drafting a wildly important goal and lag measure for your work team. Ask yourself these questions: “If we achieved that WIG, what would it mean to my team? To my organization? To myself ?”


Discipline 2: Act on the Lead Measures; Try drafting lead measures that would drive your WIG to accomplishment. Ask yourself: “How would this new understanding of lead measures change the way we operate?”


Discipline 3: Keep a Compelling Scoreboard; Sketch a scoreboard complete with WIG, lag measure, and lead measures. Ask yourself: “What difference would it make if we focused our best efforts on moving the numbers on that scoreboard? What impact would it have on the team? On our business results?”


Discipline 4: Create a Cadence of Accountability; Visualize your team holding a WIG session around the scoreboard. Ask yourself: “How would regular, frequent WIG sessions change the way we operate? How would our focus and engagement change?”

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