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The 4 Disciplines of Execution Fundamentals Live-Online

Execute Your Team’s Strategy and Goals

The 4 Disciplines of Execution Fundamentals Live-Online

Execute Your Team's Strategies and Goals


Effective leaders know that enduring success is in the systems—the processes, methods, or procedures we use for achieving results. There are six key systems that need to be aligned in order to consistently achieve results. We call these the Six Rights. When they are aligned correctly, the Six Rights make it easier to get the most important work done. One of the most important systems is the execution system—the core work process. Effective leaders have a process for getting work done with and through others in ways that engage team members and fully utilize all of their potential.

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The Six Rights

To align the core work systems, leaders need to ask: do we have the right people in the right roles doing the right work? Or, are the core work processes aligned to make it easier for team members to execute? 

The Six Rights give leaders a simple but infinitely usable framework for gaining organizational alignment.

Introducing The 4 Disciplines of Execution®

The enemy of goal execution is the whirlwind, the day-to-day activities that consume people’s energies and are required just to keep the doors open. Effective leaders institutionalize four core disciplines in order to successfully execute with their teams:

  • Discipline 1: Focus on the Wildly Important. Leaders need to focus their teams’ energies on the Wildly Important Goals®, or WIGs®, and help their teams do more on less.
  • Discipline 2: Act on the Lead Measures. Leaders and teams identify and measure the activities that are most likely to predict achievement of the goal, and prioritize them day-to-day.
  • Discipline 3: Keep a Compelling Scoreboard. Teams keep score of both the lead and lag measures to track progress on WIG achievement and progress.
  • Discipline 4: Create a Cadence of Accountability. Teams that execute meet every week to report on commitments, track the scoreboard, and make new commitments to achieve the goal.


Learn the basics of a proven work process for executing your team’s most important goals amid turbulent changes and uncertainty.

Effective leaders institutionalize four competencies in order to successfully execute with their teams:

  • Aligning Systems: Can create, improve, and align support systems that empower employees, improve operations, delight customers, and make it easier to achieve results.
  • Goal Setting: Identifies clearly what is most important and can turn priorities into measurable goals with a clear starting line, finish line, and deadline (“From X to Y by When”). Focuses work on what is most important, not just urgent.
  • Managing and Measuring Work: Works with team to set clear objectives, measures, and expectations. Empowers team to monitor progress and results through scoreboarding and use timely feedback to improve.
  • Performance Management: Consistently and clearly communicates expectations, goals, and responsibilities, and holds people accountable to their achievements. Recognizes progress and rewards achievement.