Far too many organizations do a poor job of translating their well-formulated strategies into their anticipated results. Whether related to unclear goals, lack of accountability or undertaking activities irrelevant to results, the inability to deliver comes from poor execution. To actively manage your organization so that everyone is working toward a common vision, strategy and set of priorities requires aligning “seven gears of execution” to alleviate the friction that’s slowing you down. These involve ensuring you have the right people in the right roles with the right capabilities; you align your organizational architecture in the direction of your strategy; you promote a culture of communication; and more.
Sean Ryan is a world-renowned business consultant, speaker, trainer and executive coach. As the founder of Whitewater International Consulting, he has worked internationally with companies such as Disney, Nucor Steel, FedEx and Nestle Waters North America/Perrier Group of America. With more than two decades of industry experience, Sean is highly regarded for his ability to guide organizations through complex transformational change in what he describes as “a world of perpetual whitewater”.
During this interview, Sean and I discuss the following topics:
- His background and story
- The 7 seven different gears of strategy
- How transparent score taking and accountability help your organization
- The most important gear to drive business results
If you are interested in learning more about Sean’s resources be sure to check out the following links:
- Buy Get in Gear on Amazon
- Check out WhiteWater International Consulting website
- Connect with Sean on LinkedIn
- Follow WhiteWater International Consulting on LinkedIn
- Follow Sean on Twitter
- Like WhiteWater International Consulting on Facebook
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