If you're going to be thinking anyway, think big!— Donald Trump
Superior Business Execution quotations
Lions don't have to roar. There is power in silence, confidence, and persistence. Those who work don't talk, and those who talk don't work. Handle your business. Measure your efforts by results. Focus your time, energy, and activity on mastering and executing a plan.
Nobody would be left to round out the workforce and execute the business plan.
We've got a low turnover management group and executive group who've grown up in the business.
Now that women are jockeys, baseball umpires, atomic scientists, and business executives, maybe someday they can master parallel parking.
If it really was a no-brainer to make it on your own in business there'd be millions of no-brained, harebrained, and otherwise dubiously brained individuals quitting their day jobs and hanging out their own shingles. Nobody would be left to round out the workforce and execute the business plan.
In the end, a vision without the ability to execute it is probably a hallucination.
Mindless habitual behavior is the enemy of innovation.
To have a healthy and thriving business, there must be healthy relationships with the C.E.O.S. in the organization and I'm not referring to the Chief Executive Offficers. I am talking about the Customers, the Employees, the Owner (or stockholders), and the Suppliers.
Ideas are commodity. Execution of them is not.
To be strategic is to concentrate on what is important, on those few objectives that can give us a comparative advantage, on what is important to us rather than others, and to plan and execute the resulting plan with determination and steadfastness.
I shall make it my chief business to see that the [royal] executive power has its place in the constitution.
Even a correct decision is wrong when it was taken too late.
A culture of discipline is not a principle of business, it is a principle of greatness.
Corporate executives and business owners need to realize that there can be no compromise when it comes to ethics and that there are no easy shortcuts to success. Their companies need ethics carefully sewn into their fabric.
The executive art is nine-tenths inducing those who have authority to use it in taking pertinent action
I have always thought that one man of tolerable abilities may work great changes, and accomplish great affairs among mankind, if he first forms a good plan, and, cutting off all amusements or other employments that would divert his attention, make the execution of that same plan his sole study and business.
And there's doctors and lawyers, And business executives, And they're all made out of ticky tacky And they all look just the same.
For far too long, the people of Northern Ireland have been denied an equal voice and equal representation in government. It is time for the Assembly and Executive to be up and running and the people's business to be addressed.
The worst disease which can afflict business executives in their work is not, as popularly supposed, alcoholism; it's egotism.
Above all, success in business requires two things: a winning competitive strategy, and superb organizational execution. Distrust is the enemy of both. I submit that while high trust won't necessarily rescue a poor strategy, low trust will almost always derail a good one.
Donald Trump has built a super successful business.
He's an effective organizer. He's an effective execution-oriented executive. He has the right political personality to get on with people in a way that'll surprise people. He will cut deals in a way that are more favorable for America than what establishment politicians have done.
The extraordinary power of influence is now within everyone's reach.
Recent graduates, executive assistants, project managers, and business leaders can all benefit from Monarth's simple steps for 'getting everyone to follow your lead.'
A bad strategy will fail no matter how good your information is.
And lame execution will stymie a good strategy. If you do enough things poorly, you'll go out of business.
There's no shortage of remarkable ideas, what's missing is the will to execute them.
Most executives, many scientists, and almost all business school graduates believe that if you analyze data, this will give you new ideas. Unfortunately, this belief is totally wrong. The mind can only see what it is prepared to see.
Everyone has an idea, but it's really about executing the idea and attracting other people to help you with the idea.
Young people are fitter to invent than to judge;
fitter for execution than for counsel; and more fit for new projects than for settled business.
Business executives need to start by spelling out and communicating their values. Then they need to lead by example. This means getting rid of the bad apples and declining opportunities that bring instant wealth at the cost of selling one's soul.
The successful business executive can handle challenges and solve problems at a remarkable clip.
We're [with Donald Trump] working from Day 1, which will be [Monday, January 23 2017], the first full business day of the administration, to begin to roll back the unconstitutional executive orders and an avalanche of regulations that have been stifling growth and jobs in Indiana and across the economy.
It's not a cost of doing business when the corporation executives go to jail, and that's why they fight so hard to make sure the prosecutors' budget are very limited and that the campaign cash-greased lawmakers keep defending them against being held accountable.
If sustainability is going to take hold in the corporate sector in a big way - and we need it to - it will be when it produces big profits and faster growth. It won't happen because of an optional executive commitment to an abstract concept. It will happen because sustainability is a great business strategy. And it is
When business executives are making the artistic decisions and don't understand animation, things can go awry.
Individuals with high executive intelligence cannot reach their potential unless surrounded by others with a similar level of skill. Without a concerted effort on the part of businesses to seek out those with exceptional decision-making abilities, the gap between who businesses actually need, and who they hire and promote, will remain wide.