and reviews. Al said: Execution: The discipline of Getting Things Done: Larry Bossidy and Ram CharanCentral Truths: by. Larry Bossidy,. Ram Charan. This ebook offers a summary of the book “EXECUTION – THE DISCIPLINE OF GETTING THINGS DONE” by Bossidy and Charan. Execution – or more. Execution. The Discipline of Getting Things Done. Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan. Hardcover: pages. Publisher: Crown Business; 1.
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They also made uncomfortable points about “emotional fortitude. Nowhere is candid dialogue more important than in the people process.
Nikki rated it really liked it Dec 29, Geared for much larger organizations with a larger hierarchical structure of authority where one can push off the actual process of doing to many direct reports. Once the right people and strategy are in place, they are then linked to an operating process that results in the implementation of specific programs and actions and that assigns accountability.
Jagadeesh rated it liked it Sep 09, Nov 10, Pages. It’s not worth reading, in my opinion, because it’s full of jargon bsosidy puffery. It’s not you, it’s me. Every leader and supervisor needs to be a teacher. Execution — or more frequently, the lack of execution — is the biggest issue facing businesses today.
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Robust dialogue makes an organization effective in gathering information, understanding the information, and rma it to produce decisions. You cannot be detached and removed and absent. The book All along I’ve taken pride that I’m an “ideas guy”. Formality suppresses dialogue; informality encourages it. Leaders get the behavior they exhibit and tolerate.
Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done by Larry Bossidy
Last sentence — 1st paragraph — pg. Execution – Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan: Speak simply and directly. Execution is key, snd this book clearly explains what it means and how it brings together the critical elements of any organization—its people, strategies, and operations.
These are only a few recorded comments. Build personal connection — absent that personal connection, you are just a name.
Summary: Execution – Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
Refresh and try again. This cascades down through the organization, and people will start to focus on concrete results, as opposed to fuzzy visions for the future. Deciding what to do about nonperformers. It’s not enough to be think strategically and fashion anr exception strategic plan. Started off very strong and somehow became less impressive towards the end.
The executioon process is more important than either the strategy or operations processes. Liam rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Do yourself a favor. But you can send a clear signal early on that the company is putting a premium on execution. Forget the swarmy memoirs, cheesy parables, advice for idiots, and leadership secrets of despots and barbarians. Fundamental idea is that goals without plans are just wishful thinking.
These concepts are easy to talk about, and even easier to understand, but hard to practice in real life.
As to the puffery, the book makes out plain prudence to be some great new discovery. A plan is only as good as it execution. Return to Book Page. All that aside, I enjoyed it and I have retrieved some useful nuggets of information that I am able to apply in my current position which is bossody from the CEO suite. May 03, Don Toth rated it really liked it. They also assume that most everyone who is not in management wants to be promoted into management.
Frank Riedijk rated it really liked it Mar 04, Feb 06, Paul Bard rated it did not like it Shelves: Put mechanisms in place to help you disciplined and overcome your weakness. I also learned that business plans have to be so detailed, they become daily guides. Hardcoverpages.
All Mormon talks are exactly like this – a few bullet points, an anecdote, a weak cuaran statement and a call to action. I was lucky enough to work at AlliedSignal and participate as Larry Bossidy ran the Execution machine he describes in this book.