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The Discipline of Execution

Execution is Key to Your Company’s Consistency

There’s a general lack of consistency in businesses today among team members, departments and divisions, resulting in too much variation in customer interactions. This is extremely problematic for the sustainability of your company because today’s consumer demands reliability from your organization. Consistency provides familiarity and a level of assurance that you have your act together, that you’re in control, and that you’re dependable.

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Examples of the Discipline of Execution in Action

Holiday Inn

Holiday Inn was founded in 1952 by Kemmons Wilson when he was disappointed by the inconsistent roadside accommodations he encountered while on a family road trip from his home in Memphis, Tenn., to Washington, D.C. He decided to build his own motel chain that would be remarkably consistent in just about every way. This familiarity helps guests feel comfortable no matter where they are, which means they continue to use Holiday Inns for all their travel.

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airline crew members pick up trash because they know that their efforts lead to quicker plane turn-around, which increases their on-time record, which increases customer satisfaction, which increases repeat business, which increases growth. High-level, consistent performance like that is the hallmark of great execution.

Free Execution Resources

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partners in Buyer Legends, and authors of national bestsellers Call to Action and Waiting For Your Cat to Bark?

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chairman, Cupcake Digital

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author of The Little Red Book of Selling and The Sales Manifesto

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