The Third Discipline Of Execution

The Third Discipline Of Execution

Here are four key takeaways in the Third Discipline Of Execution from Five Disciplines of Execution by Dave Anderson who runs Learn To Lead.

Check out my article on Five Disciplines Of Execution for the complete list.

Dave Anderson presentingDave Anderson on the principles

“These disciplines of execution are principles. They are widely transferable.”

“They are sequential.  They are all in, not either or.  And they are widely applicable.”

The Third Discipline Of Execution

Here are 4 key takeaways from the third discipline of execution which is: Keep A Scoreboard.
  1. Score the activities.
    1. No one is held accountable unless you are scoring the activities.
    2. Have a daily Roll Call – to be covered more in the Fourth Discipline.
  2. We want to do a better job of celebrating excellence.
    1. In some cultures people are hiding.
    2. Outcomes don't tell the whole story.

  3. Shovel the piles while they are small.
    1. Don't wait until your piles are too large to deal with.
    2. The numbers matter.  Make sure to focus on the right numbers.
  4. EDMED – Every Day Means Every Day.
    1. What are the tasks that must be carried out every day.
    2. Figure it out and score it.

DVD of The Five Principles Of Execution

I highly recommend you grab yourself a copy of the USB stick that contains these 5 principles along with the entire conference as I could never do justice but can only share my key takeaways from my notes. Go here to get your own copy of the whole conference.

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