Persistent & consistent Execution
Execution is the name of the game and this in turn depends upon the ability of the employee to stick to the pre-defined plan with sheer determination and consistence. This quality is the one which needs to be developed in the employees if the organization needs to grow big in the long run.
Execution in the long run, is truly a game of persistence and consistency. True ability to execute successfully over long periods of time generally boils down to the sheer grit, determination and persistence to consistently execute the required processes and best practices over and over again. Many a times, the impediments in maintaining this momentum are simply the boredom and discomfort which repetitive actions sometimes bring about. The persistency game applies to various organizational programs too. The results of the program depend in large part to the sheer grit of continuing on with the performance of the program processes despite the fact that the initial interests and enthusiasm may have died down. Large programs, which are part of the management planning & which generally start with a big launch initiative are especially susceptible to this apathy. Larger the program, more complex it is likely to be and larger the number of resources to be managed. The big 'bang' of the launch dies quickly and what remains is the sheer determination of the employees who are managing the program. The major chunk of learning and development happens in this pursuit of consistent execution.