Vision without execution is just hallucination, goes the saying. In other words, even the best idea means nothing if it’s…
July 15, 2021 | 1 min read
Vision without execution is just hallucination, goes the saying. In other words, even the best idea means nothing if it’s not implemented. You can rely on Execution Excellence when you want to turn your ideas into reality—with skill, commitment, and rigor.
This pathway will show you how to manage projects, people and time for better results and make and pursue action plans that are focused on your goals. Learn to translate strategy into action, move your organization forward and improve business performance.
Thrive Skills are an essential set of cognitive, social and behavioral skills to enable our learners to continuously succeed, at every stage of their career.
Execution Excellence is the next step in creative thinking. When professionals brainstorm and come up with new ideas, they also need the skills to execute them to achieve their goals. Execution skills are significant in the workplace when ideas need to be brought to life in a way that’s productive, lucrative and responsible.
Effective execution of ideas is critical to seeing things through, following up and ensuring that ideas come to light. It also helps professionals manage their time well, especially when there are several projects taking place at the same time. Execution Excellence enables professionals to strategize and implement their ideas with expertise.
Some examples of execution excellence are sharing information with key stakeholders to make sure everyone is on the same page, adhering to deadlines to manage time, setting goals beforehand to ensure there’s proper guidance and creating accountability.
There are many ways to drive execution excellence in the workplace and build execution skills. Some of these are working with others, dividing responsibilities and delegating where possible, ensuring clear communication and following through on promises. Execution Excellence involves taking responsibility for one’s work, which is one of the most important aspects in a professional setting.
The Harappa program that focuses on Execution Excellence as a Thrive Skill is the First Time Manager Program.
Other Thrive Skills under SOLVE are Efficient Prioritization, Client Centricity, Structured Problem-Solving, Practical Cleverness and Managing Projects Expertly.