Culture of Execution
Creating a Culture of Execution
In theory execution sounds simple, but in practice, it’s complicated and often confusing. Our Executive Consultants are masters at creating cultures of execution, where employees of all kinds can become business leaders known for getting things done. We teach you and your organization to recognize the value of a Culture of Truth versus artificial harmony, and truth will always accelerate performance in an organization.
Excellence Doesn't Fear the Truth
Common Roadblocks to a Culture of Execution
As organizations grow, creating a Culture of Execution can be is increasingly difficult.
When too many people are part of a discussion or a group of people dominate a conversation, Groupthink can occur. When this happens, other members tend to withhold ideas — and those ideas may have been the best solutions.
Breakdown in Communication
Communication breaks down within a team or organization when the leader doesn't effectively communicate his intent. This results in members quickly losing sight of the big picture and operating in silos.
Lacking Bias to Action
Failing to act quickly can be as harmful as making the wrong decision. When a culture lacks a bias to action, it will also fall short on standardized operations that are essential to momentum.
Nurturing a Culture of Execution
Our methods for creating a Culture of Truth are simple, and can be applied across all teams.
TeamStorming is a strategic method of brainstorming in separate groups that ensures each viewpoint is heard. This unique collaboration method trains every team member to have a leadership mindset that develops more effective plans by leveraging individual experience and insight.
Establish Contingency Planning
Asking "what if" in every scenario enables your team to approach possible threats collaboratively. If and when things go wrong or something unexpected happens, the team can address the problem swiftly during the execution phase.
Foster a Culture of Truth
A Culture of Truth is always better than artificial harmony. Train your team to focus on what's right — not who's right — and you'll be able to transfer lessons learned and enjoy increasingly greater success rates with each iteration.
Provide Mutual Support
High-performing teams exhibit a shared mindfulness that enables individuals to perform at high levels in fast-paced environments. This is known as Mutual Support — and it's a critical part of achieving a culture of Flawless Execution.