Four Disciplines of Execution

Four Disciplines of Execution

 
Four Disciplines of Execution
* Fight the Whirlwind *

Four DisciplinesJoin our discussion on the four disciplines of execution and find ways to get from "ought to" to "done". What are the four disciplines?

Discipline #1 - Focus on the Wildly Important If you have 2-3 goals in addition to the whirlwind, you might accomplish 2-3. If you have 11 or 12 goals, you will achieve 2-3. Got to say no to good ideas and only work on Wildly Important ones.

Discipline #2 - Act on the Lead Measure. This is the measure that predicts success. Too many times we use Lag measures, and this is driving in the rear-view mirror. This is hard, much harder than most people realize, and often a stumbling block.

Discipline # 3 - Create a Compelling Scoreboard. The "Compelling" part is the trick - the scoreboard must make it seem like a game, with both the Lead measure and the Lag measure, and like a sports scoreboard we need to know if we are winning or not right now.

Discipline #4 - Create a Cadence of Accountability. Force action on your Wildly Important Goals by scheduling time to both report on last week's actions and results and plan the next weeks actions and results. And stick with it!

Whether you know all about the four disciplines or are brand new to it, come along and share and you will definitely take home some good ideas. We will discuss such points as:
Whirlwind Four Disciplines
  • Identifying WIGs
  • Saying NO to good ideas (we only want great ideas)
  • Lead and Lag measures
  • Gamification of measures
  • Scoreboards and visual management of WIGs
  • JIT planning for winning
  • Maintaining the cadence in the whirlwind
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SIRF Roundtable events are designed to provide a safe environment for open discussion with peers on the topic of interest they are working on, in and around. There will be no vendor companies in attendance at this meeting.
  Agenda
Arrive at 8:40 for 9:00 start
Introductions
Group Defines Expectations
Group Discussion
Lunch
Continue Discussion
Wrap Up

Who Should Attend:
Continuous Improvement professionals, Ops Managers, Team Leaders, Marketing and Sales professionals, and anyone else who is interested in this topic.
Date:
Tuesday Feb 20th, 2018
Time:
Arrive at 8:40 for a 9:00 am start, finishing at 14:30
Address:
We are looking for a Host for this event.  Contact your SIRF Facilitator for more info.
Investment:
No Charge for Members
Dress:
Casual Dress
Special Note:
None

For Enquiries Contact:
Sean Lewis 0466 256 736 sean.lewis@sirfrt.com.au
 

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