Execution Free read ß 109

Larry Bossidy ☆ 9 Free read

Execution Free read ß 109 Þ Execution may very well be the best business book of the year and one of the most useful to have come around in a long time This smart and pithy book focuses on a simple though vexing challenge How can the leaders of an organization exhort their people to deliver on the most important goalsIt's rare to find a book like this thaIngs happen Ralph S Larsen chairman and CEO Johnson JohnsonHere's the real deal This is no nonsense stuff The leaders who sweat the small stuff hire the right people make the tough decisions and stick around to see that they're carried out are the real winners Forget the swarmy memoirs cheesy parables advice for idiots and leadership secrets of despots and barbarians Getting it done is according to Bossidy and Charan the only way to grow The Miami HeraldCaptures a lifetime of building winning formulas and puts them in a simple practical context for executives at any level Ivan Seidenberg president and CEO Verizo. There were some good things to think about as far as open and honest feedback from reviews and assessment There were also some good points on when to take coaching opportunities Most of the book was about setting expectations and following through by holding people accountable There is a lot of emphasis on scrutinizing the business plans of underlings and driving out the specific actions to see if they have actually thought about it or just made up numbers to meet their performance objectives The authors assume that money is the primary motivator of employees They also assume that most everyone who is not in management wants to be promoted into management I did not really enjoy this book it sort of made me edgy

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Execution may very well be the best business book of the year and one of the most useful to have come around in a long time This smart and pithy book focuses on a simple though vexing challenge How can the leaders of an organization exhort their people to deliver on the most important goalsIt's rare to find a book like this that blends smart practice with intelligent articulation of how to get things done Do yourself a favor Buy it The Boston GlobeMaking all of the moving parts of an organization function smoothly together is just plain hard work By describing how he has done it Mr Bossidy has come up with a val. Execution The discipline of Getting Things Done Larry Bossidy and Ram CharanCentral Truths1 Execution is a systematic process of rigorously discussing hows and whats uestioning tenaciously following through and ensuring accountability2 No company can deliver on its commitments or adapt well to change unless all leaders practice the discipline of execution at all levels3 You need robust dialogue to surface the realities of the business4 How people talk to each other absolutely determines how well the organization will function5 Organizations don’t execute unless the right people individually and collectively focus on the right details at the right time6 People imitate their leaders7 Leadership without execution is incomplete and ineffective8 Leader must show up You cannot be detached and removed and absent9 Good people liked to be uizzed – when you probe you can learn things and your people learn things Everyone gains from the dialogue10 Realism is at the heart of execution; don’t try to avoid or shade reality11 Rewards and respect are based upon performance12 Coaching is the single most important part of expanding others’ capabilities13 When leader discusses business and organizational issues in a group setting everybody learns14 Best learning comes from working on real business problems; ask people to work on 3 or 4 issues facing company – form teams to work on those issues15 Every leader and supervisor needs to be a teacher16 Leader must have emotional fortitude to be able to be honest with yourself; deal honestly with business and organizational realities; or give people forth right assessments17 Emotional fortitude comes from self discovery and self mastery It is the foundation of people skills18 Putting people in the right jobs reuires emotional fortitude19 Four ualities that make up emotional fortitude include authenticity self awareness self mastery and humility20 We don’t think ourselves into a new way of acting; we act ourselves into a new way of thinking21 A business’s culture defines what gets appreciated and respected and ultimately rewarded It tells people what in the organization is valued and recognized22 You cannot have an execution culture without robust dialogue; one that brings reality to the surface through openness candor and informality23 Good motto truth over harmony Harmony can be the enemy of truth24 Formality suppresses dialogue; informality encourages it It invites uestions encourages spontaneity and critical thinking25 The culture of a company is the behavior of its leaders Leaders get the behavior they exhibit and tolerate26 The you get involved and the better you hash the issues out on the table the better decisions you will make in terms of their resolution27 In successful businesses leaders focus intensely and relentlessly on people selection28 Leaders must be personally committed to the people process and deeply engaged in it 29 When the right people are not in the right jobs the problem is visible and transparent30 Leaders need to commit as much as 40% of their time and energy emotional to selecting appraising and developing people31 Doers energize people; they are decisive on tough issues get things done through others and follow through as second nature 32 Getting things done through others fundamental leadership skill if you cannot do it you are not leading33 When the wrong people get rewarded the whole orga

review Execution

ExecutionUable and practical management guide that is must reading for everyone who cares about business The New York TimesIf you want to be a CEO or if you are a CEO and want to keep your job read Execution and put its principles to work Michael Dell chairman and CEO Dell Computer CorpA how to book for the can do bossIf even half the corporations in America pondered their suggestions the economy would be in much better shape Moreover Bossidy and Charan boast an impressive enough track record that anyone who wants to stay sharp at the helm will welcome their assistance BusinessWeekSound practical advice on how to make th. A former manager of mine once told me to read this book That was back in 2007 It took me until now to read it but now I understand why he had such high praise for the book Execution in it's simplest sense is to get things done Period But it's complex than those 3 words might suggest It's about getting the right people in place building a strategy around the resources available and finally implementing the strategy linking the strategy with peopleAs with many other books on management science the veracity of the concepts is undeniable Nothing is important than people candid dialogue leads to realistic plans following up is crucial in implementation of a strategy Yet of all the books in this category of literature that I have read I always encounter the same problem These concepts are easy to talk about and even easier to understand but hard to practice in real life In spite of the negatives I am certain that this is a book that I will refer to again and again for inspiration and as a reference point on how to execute If there is one thing I would like to add to this book however it would be as followsExecution is learned through practice not just reading