I recently had the pleasure of speaking to Sean Covey, Jim Huling and 4DX shows leaders where they can find real leverage and how to use. 4DX. Sean Covey is president of FranklinCovey, co-author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution and author of The Leader in Me: How Schools. Franklin Covey 4DX. The 4 Disciplines of Execution are all about producing great results. The disciplines point from right to left because great teams execute.

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4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX): Closing the Execution Gap

In many ways I’m biased by my own agnosticism towards Franklin Covey. The day covet day urgent activities that prevent you from working on your true strategy 2-WIG Open Preview See a Problem? View all 14 comments. Did it go down with xovey loud crash?

An insightful new book from the multimillion-copy bestselling author Sean Covey and the FranklinCovey organization based on their work with hundreds of thousands of employees and large companies to unveil the essential disciplines proven to help businesses and individuals realize their most important goals. Sep 14, Robert Chapman rated it it was amazing Shelves: If you really want to address getting things done and are willing to dedicate resources and time, this is a good approach.

In our experience, nothing affects morale and engagement more powerfully than when a person feels he or she is winning. The result is an upbeat, inspiring 3-CD set that both motivates and provides hands-on, practical tools to propel groups towards achieving their goals, rather than losing sight of their goals in the daily whirlwind of must-do activities.


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When I read this I didn’t laugh or gag once, and that ocvey I guess at least worth one additional star. I have to say, this is one of the best books I’ve read in a while. Oct 22, Lea Ludwig rated it really liked it Shelves: As is almost always the case when authors read their own works, the quality of the narration varies, but the narration is certainly clearly presented and expertly produced.

I picked this book up at just the right time. Gets technical toward the end, but for the most part it was an interesting read and I see its potential for improving many different environments: But I like the idea of focusing on execution and implementation, and I’m optimistic that this works. It was a goodreads recommendation based on business books I have read in the past.

Covey died a couple years ago from a mountain bike accident in Rock Canyon oh the stories I could regale you with about the dangers of Rock Canyon. Jun 09, Robson Castilho rated it liked it Shelves: Aug 29, Andy rated it it was amazing.

Covey was brilliant at building a consultant business that structured time-management, strategy, and execution ideas into highly marketable programs notice I don’t say books that could be sold in several formats and applied in multiple industries.

Aug 28, Nicholas Varady-szabo rated it really liked it. Feb 22, Jamieson rated it 4dc it.


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That may change as I put these disciplines into play. The worksheets help jump-start the Four Disciplines, offering helpful tips not included on the audio portion. The ideas were common sense, but the packaging and marketing WERE brilliant.

Originally, it was recommended to me by our CFO ocvey leader of our department. Overall, I’d say this book is frickin’ fantastic. Through simple techniques, this book has already helped me in the workplace. As a negative point of the book, it is too long for the main idea, so it all starts to repeat over and over That observation primed me to embrace everything I picked this book up at just the right time.

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I haven’t tried to implement this yet as a manager, but I think this will be very helpful and the colleagues I’ve talked to so far agree. Sep 27, Ty rated it it was amazing. I like that the authors discuss the “whirlwind” or daily business tasks that consume us all and indicate upfront that unless the managers me and my boss are willing to block out time to deal with our WIGs Wildly Important Goals the whole things will fall apart.

You have all of these great ideas to improve your business—but how do you actually put them to work? Aug 21, Cara rated it it was amazing Shelves: What one thing in your business would have the highest impact if it changed?