Execution Gold

Neiman, Robert A.
July 2006
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jul2006, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p17
This article focuses on execution shortfalls by leaders or executives which affect the productivity of a business enterprise and the amount of benefits of higher productivity available. Examples of productivity loss in companies due to execution shortfalls and strategies for extracting gains for a business enterprise are enumerated. Key execution disciplines include taking responsibility and defining assignments in writing.


Related Articles

  • Safety first. Weber, Rick // Bulk Transporter;Jun2010, Vol. 72 Issue 12, p39 

    The article suggests several ways and practices of preventing business loss, outlined by Doug Dickinson of Marsh & McLennan Agency. One way is by focusing on the safety measures of business enterprises and it should be discussed at the company's meetings and conferences. It states that a...

  • United Changes CEOs, Logs Heavy 3Q Losses. Bond, David // Aviation Week & Space Technology;11/5/2001, Vol. 155 Issue 19, p39 

    Reports developments at UAE Corp. in Chicago, Illinois as of November 2001. Resignation of company chairman James Goodwin; Net losses of the company in the third quarter; Appointment of John Creighton as company chairman.

  • Manager, Manage Thyself! Aggarwal, Sumer C. // Business Horizons;Jan/Feb83, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p25 

    Focuses on the influence of managerial deficiencies on corporate productivity losses in the United States. Use of value analysis overhead services in recovering industrial productivity; Categories of important management services; Elimination of wasteful and non-value-adding overhead functions.

  • SYRACUSE 100 (2000 MOST SIGNIFICANT PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH).  // Business Journal (Central New York);01/01/2001 Book of Lists 2001, p82 

    Presents the top business enterprises in Syracuse, New York for the year 2001. Addresses of the companies; Names of executives; Types of businesses with significant productivity growth; Foundation years of J.C. Smith Inc. and Welch Allyn Ventures.

  • Marketing the future can halt short-term myopia becoming long-term blindness. Johnson, Dennis L. // Marketing News;7/17/87, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p6 

    The article stresses that marketing the future may result to long-term blindness. The author claims that if modern managers tend to focus on short-term losses and gains alone and on futurism, the business may fail. He offers guide questions for managers which can help them enlighten their...

  • Audible: The Head Winds Are Behind It. Holt, Karen // Publishers Weekly;8/11/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 32, p116 

    Reports on the optimism of executives at Audible Inc. that the company is on the way to profitability. Revenue posted by the company for the second-quarter of 2003; Decline of the company's operating loss; Comments from the company's executives.

  • Maytag considers Hoover sale.  // BRW;2/9/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p81 

    The article reports on the announcement by the U.S. home appliance company called Maytag Corp. that it suffered a 75 million dollar loss for the third-quarter of 2005 causing executives to plan in selling the company.

  • CORRECTIONS.  // Crain's Chicago Business;4/9/2007, Vol. 30 Issue 15, p3 

    Corrections to articles in previous issues including an article related to the first-quarter loss at Chicago, Illinois-based Female Health Co. in the April 2, 2007 issue and an article on Neil Hartigan, chairman and chief executive officer of the World Trade Center of Illinois, in the April 2,...

  • Local Market Report.  // Fort Worth Business Press;02/09/2001, Vol. 13 Issue 42, p26 

    Reports developments related to business enterprises in Texas as of February 2001. Financial performance of First Cash Financial Services Inc.; Increase in comparative sales of RadioShack Corp.; Business loss Calloway's Nursery Inc.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics