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New Call-to-actionAs the CEO you have a unique responsibility to identify when something needs to change in your organization. It can be related to growing pains, profit pressure, slow growth, organizational issues or perhaps a genertional handoff. If you don't act who will? Read on to see how we empower you to lead change with the confidence and support of your team.

You Start By Answering the Right Questions

The Six Disciplines Methodology is question based. Below each disciplines there are more detailed supporting questions. Using the Methodology our coaches lead your team to answer the right questions in the right order. The sequence of the answers matters a great deal since they build upon each other.These questions are not always easy to answer but they are essential for laying the right foundation. The outcome of answering these questions is a laser-like focus on key issues to be addressed.



Next You Craft a Clear Plan That Identifies 'Must Do' Priorities 

Your coach guides the process as strategic questions get answered and recorded in the software, a strategic plan begins to take shape. This provides the clear vision needed to engage others in the organization when executing the plan.


Then You Identify and Eliminate Execution Barriers

As you figure out where you want to go, a next step is to identify what is in the way of getting there. Your coach leads the strategy team to identify change initiatives to close the gaps between desired and actual results. These time-phased initiatives serve as a roadmap that guides the rest of organization in aligning priorities.

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Equip Your Team to Overcome the 'Tyranny of the Urgent'

All of us experience those days when at the end of the day we have not done one things we expected to do. To improve execution a proven approach is to bring more focus to what's important through regular plan reviews, well-designed software dashboards and alerts. This helps leaders say 'no' and win the daily battle.

Achieve More Balance and Sustain Results

Your organization succeeds by knowing where it wants to go (strategy) and knowing how to get there (execution). Easy to say, hard to do. The thorny, perpetual challenge is balancing those two areas of focus in a sustainable way. This Strategy Execution Program will helps four ways:  
  • gets everyone on the page about where you want to go
  • lays out a clear roadmap for getting there
  • uses an on-going process to engage the whole organization in executing plans
  • systematically reviews and revises plans to provide agility




For Some the Greatest Accomplishment of All Is to Build An Organization That Will Thrive Without You. One That Has:

  • A clear vision for the future
  • A team that knows how to execute that strategy
  • A healthy organization that can afford your exit package 


Make Access to Information and Continuous Engagement Easier

The Six Disciplines family of apps are designed to support the employee engagement processes in the Six Disciplines best-practices methodology. They include managing plans and dashboard metrics, meetings, actions (to do’s), quarterly and annual check-ins, collaboration exercises and surveys for gathering feedback.




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