There are four components of XPS:
How effectively the first three components are enabling your team to achieve its WIG.
How consistently the lead measures are being performed.
The team has consistently made commitments and followed through.
The team has established a cadence of meeting weekly to focus on the scoreboard.
The calculation of XPS consists simply of identifying the score for each component and then adding them together. The XPS score can then be used to
give you insights into your team’s performance and the results.
Instilling these disciplines is the most important outcome for leaders of leaders. Although the primary WIG will always be the most immediate and most visible target, the greater achievement is your ability to establish a culture of execution — one where WIGs can be achieved again and again, regardless of fluctuating conditions. XPS is a powerful metric that can guide you to this outcome.
As one of our largest clients remarked, “We don’t even think of 4DX as a methodology anymore. It’s just the way we execute.”
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