Execution Oriented Culture- Thinking vs. Doing Organization  

Leadership and Organization Imperatives of Execution

This chapter shares some fundamental necessities for Execution-Making it Happen to grow as a formal discipline in an organization. It talks about having 'doer' culture, execution-focused leadership competencies, execution being a universal discipline and governance around building execution discipline.


Execution Oriented Culture- Thinking vs. Doing Organization


Execution-Making it Happen' is a cultural imperative on the first place. An organization culture should promote and encourage people who make-it-happen. It should place greater emphasis on consistent low-noise execution over hypes and big-words. It should discourage heroic but un-executable strategies. It should avoid hiring people who get most of the job done but leave a long-tail.