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About the course
At KPMG, we consistently achieve business outcomes for our own firm, and we help clients to do the same by driving projects, plans and initiatives to successful completion. We are keenly aware that disciplined execution is key to that success.
Franklin Covey's The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) formula has inspired our leaders, and we believe the KPMG Executive Education community can create a similar culture by utilizing The 4 Disciplines of Execution, and we are pleased to introduce a work session to help you do so.
Did your team's or organization's most recent business strategy end with a loud crash, or did it die out slowly over time? What happened?
The "whirlwind" of today's urgent activities devoured the time and energy you wanted to dedicate to executing tomorrow's strategy. The 4 Disciplines of Execution® can change that reality forever. This one-day Quick Start focuses on how your team or organization can use The 4 Disciplines of Execution to achieve extraordinary results despite a 100-mph whirlwind.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) is a simple, repeatable, and tested formula for executing on your most important strategic priorities. 4DX is not theory, but rather a set of practices that have been tested and refined by hundreds of organizations and thousands of teams over many years. You will learn:
- Why great strategies stall and eventually fail
- How to avoid this failure by narrowing your focus
- What a lead measure of success really is
- How to set up a players' scoreboard
- How to establish a cadence of accountability
- Are you ready for the impact 4DX could have on your organization?
- Choosing the right Wildly Important Goal
- Understanding how to choose predictive leading behaviors and measure them to accomplish the goal
- Setting up a Team Scoreboard to increase engagement
- Establishing a weekly Cadence of Accountability
- How to implement 4DX with a team