The 4 Disciplines of Execution provides four clear disciplines that ensure focus and execution on the organization’s top priorities. When deployed at every level within an organization, performance of individuals, teams and the organization increase. Leaders and team members are clear on the organization’s top priorities and share a framework of accountability to achieve the goals.
A HIGHLY INTERACTIVE PROGRAM – with lots of audience participation
Our trainers use the 40%-expert-input-/-60%-audience-participation formula in this training program. For maximum learning impact and retention, they use audience participation techniques such as individual exercises, group exercises / discussions, peer-teaching activities, case studies, role plays, humor, kinesthetic exercises, super-learning inducement / stress release exercises, subconscious-mind conditioning activities, music, and watching and discussing video clips.
Who should attend
Executives, Senior Executives, Managers, Senior Managers
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How to Create an Execution Culture?
Start by Moving the Middle!
One of the most significant barriers to superior results in any organization is chronic inconsistency—the variation in performance between divisions, between departments, between shifts in the same department, and between people on the same shift. In every great organization, you will find pockets of great execution—a “top 20 percent” of high performance. The challenge is to move the middle 60 percent of your average workforce toward the higher level of performance of the top 20 percent. Improvement of this magnitude doesn’t produce incremental results; it creates breakthrough results.
Validated by EDS Advance Academy, Asia Pacific, in collaboration with Southern Luzon State University, Batangas State University, Sultan Kudarat Polytechnic State College, Ifugao State College for Agriculture & Forestry, Laguna State Polytechnic University, Palawan State University, Akamai University, and American Heritage University for CEU award purposes