It is possible to come up with brilliant ideas or a “big idea”. But it’s not just about coming up with big ideas; it’s about converting them into reality. That is what innovation is all about. It is all about execution and not mere thinking. That is how new business models, start-up’s and extraordinary things evolve. So when great ideas come up, the consideration of possible and realistic ways to execute them should not be disregarded.
Here, we bring few pointers to make the execution of ideas a simpler task.
You can keep on ideating and expanding your existing plan or idea but you will never know the end result until and unless the idea is being executed. It’s good to refine your idea before proposing it for action, but ultimately this process of refining may start harming and you will get stuck in a vicious circle of thinking rather than doing.
To keep on mounting new stages of growth, you need to test your capacity for growth. Set the bar high and keep raising it—it’s how you will learn. Test assumptions, and know when to stop and shift gears. You should always be thinking strategically, as far as three to five years out.
Without execution, there’s no multiplier for your idea, so even if the idea is amazing, it’s pretty much worthless without doing something with it. When you make bold moves in your business, you will end up finding new talent, meeting new business associates and forming new ideas that spring forth from the seeds of your execution.
In this era of modern technology being progressive in terms of holistic development requires an open mind to leverage the latest tools and technology to improve process flow. This encircles the entire loop of team players along with various activities such as regular team training and update sessions, bringing in outside experts, and working with partners and vendors on win-win deals.
Ultimately it’s all about creating a future you desire. The aim is to transform chaos and confusion into clarity and confidence. If you want to improve the likelihood of success in execution of your business idea or model, you must be deliberate and strive for daily execution excellence and work as a team.
Written by Faber Devna Chaturvedi