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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Covey 4sx brilliant at building a consultant business that structured time-management, strategy, and execution ideas into highly marketable programs notice I don’t say books that could be sold in several formats and applied in multiple industries.
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.
To see what your friends 4dd of this book, please sign up. Originally, it was recommended to me by our CFO and leader of our department. I have to say, this is one of the best books I’ve read in a while. I highly recommend this book for anyone in management or strategy execution When I cofey this I didn’t laugh or gag once, and that is I guess at least worth one additional star.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Cadence of Accountability p.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution can change all that forever. I think most business people will readily identify with the concept of the “whirlwind” and the associated frustration of not being able to focus on the activities that you know will move your business forward.
4 Disciplines of Execution
They want a 4cx hole. Worth a try, for sure. There are two concepts that will stay with me: Want to Read saving…. Do you remember the last major initiative you watched die in your o An cogey new book from the multimillion-copy bestselling author Sean Covey and the FranklinCovey organization based on their work with hundreds of thousands of employees and large companies to unveil the essential disciplines proven to help businesses and individuals realize their most important goals.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals
Overall, The 4 Disciplines of Execution is a comprehensive, useful addition to the canon of leadership training tools. I’ll start off by saying I am probably not the target audience for this book.
Anyway, I think the 4DX approach is just fine see my agnosticism line above. In many ways I’m biased by my own agnosticism towards Franklin Covey. Do you remember the last major initiative you watched die in your organization?
The stories, while too simplistic at times, are very relevant and apply to almost any environment. For the first time, I’m actually ahead of my targets. Apr 10, Antoinette Perez added it. I will need to re-read this in more depth and follow through on the links to case studies and other resources found embedded in this ebook. I’m hoping this book provides them with as much excitement and clarity as it did me.
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 objective goals with frequent feedback. Jun 09, Robson Castilho rated it liked it Shelves: What one thing in your business would have the highest impact if it changed?
The whirlwind wins and virtually nothing learned in this book was applied at work. Thing I loved most dovey this book was the concept and associated explanation of lead and lag measures, and how coevy impact achieving goals.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals by Chris McChesney
Fully two-thirds of the book focuses more on the how than the what, which sets 4DX a bit apart from its brethren and makes its pitch both compelling and 4cx. Otherwise, the effort will fall by the wayside. Show the lead measures and whether the team is winning; don’t muddle it up with a lot of complex data. Lists with This Book. I enjoyed the reading. It was a goodreads recommendation based on business books I have read in the past.
I would say this is most valuable for people who are ckvey the higher echelons of their compa I’ll start off by saying I am probably not the target audience for this book. An insightful new book from the multimillion-copy bestselling author Sean Covey and the FranklinCovey organization based on their work with hundreds of thousands of employees and large companies to unveil the essential disciplines proven to help businesses and individuals realize their most important goals.