Effective execution distinguishes great plans that come together and great plans that don’t. You can be the best planner in the world, the greatest strategist, if you cannot implement, you will write great textbooks and that’s about it.
Execution of great plans requires a team effort. Everyone understanding their part. Everyone committed to the objective.
What we often neglect is that we should also understand the role of every other team member. Knowing each other’s strengths and weaknesses help a great deal in effective support.
The most valuable asset you could ever build for execution is a great team. The need for such teams is becoming more urgent every day.
Building such teams is a product of intentional culture design with strong communication practices and open accountability.
It’s not the norm, but it will be.