We do just one thing …
Help leaders and teams ‘Close the Execution Gap’
What you plan to do
What you do!
EXECUTION GAP

What We Do
Leadership Culture Frontline Execution
Strategy Alignment Culture Change Frontline Execution
When people don’t know what the Strategy is or if they are making progress
  • Help every team develop their ‘Measures of Success’
  • Ensure every person knows the Activities that will drive success
When the behaviour you see doesn’t produce the results you want
  • Show how to fix your current culture (hint: its starts with the Leadership Team)
  • Engage frontline leaders in driving culture improvement
When teams have a goal or target and you are worried they wont hit it
  • Build an effective Meeting discipline focused on each person’s ‘Top 3′
  • Deliver 24/7 visibility on progress – any team, anywhere, anytime
“XGAP has had a significant impact on our business. It has improved how we think about our business and our capacity to execute our strategy”
Janelle van de Velde – President Corporate Services
Linc
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Why lack of transparency causes distrust

A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity.
The Dalai Lama
It was a traditional corporate battle…Sales versus Marketing. As it always does, it was having an adverse impact on performance. The Sales team thought marketing weren’t giving them any quality leads and the promotions they were running were irrelevant and ineffective. Marketing was questioning both the ability of the sales team and their effort. It was […]

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Execution = Daily Action

Managers who excel at execution are religiously focused on daily action and behaviour. They understand that the success of their plan or strategy depends on their ability to mobilize people in a specific way.
It is not about just generating activity. That can be counter-productive. It is about the RIGHT ACTION and the RIGHT BEHAVIOUR at the RIGHT TIME.
Here are three principles:

Break it down.
Break your strategy down into executable […]