When leadership is certain that all steps have been examined, and each task is assigned to someone specifically, then they can use “situational leadership,” which I’ll discuss later, to help their team become successful.
Each project’s action plan can be budgeted, measured for progress and supported with skill development along the way. This level of detail will also allow teams and companies to execute much faster and leaner since everyone is clear about what needs to be done, by when and by whom.
Each step of the project can have a date assigned to it, as to when the work will get done. Then having a system in place to follow up on those milestones will ensure that work gets done quickly, on time, and on budget, instead of sliding down the slippery slope of being overdue.