Tag Archives: execution

Three Strategies to Drive Accountability and Execution

I came across the following some time back – sorry, I cannot locate the original attribution.  But I thought worth sharing regardless as a follow-up to my recent posts on Feedback Loops, Accountability, and Execution. Accountability is the heart of execution. And if you’re trying to make that heart pump a little harder and move […]

Innovation without Execution is Futile

A few weeks back I blogged on Quality and Process Drive Execution and Innovation. When I went back to read it again, I realized I did not express the relationship between Execution and Innovation quite right. At the end of last year during the eBay leaders week, one session struck me in particular. Devin Wenig (President […]

Quality and Process Drive Execution and Innovation

Personally, I am a big believer in quality.  I am also a big believer in process.  Why?  I think both improve execution speed (which translated means getting to do more of the fun stuff).  How does it help? Quality: A concept I like is Shu-Ha-Ri. It is from Karate and talks about when to follow […]