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Episode 647  |  17:05 min

652. Execution vs. Vision: A No-Brainer

Episode 647  |  17:05 min  |  07.15.2020

652. Execution vs. Vision: A No-Brainer

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This is a podcast episode titled, 652. Execution vs. Vision: A No-Brainer. The summary for this episode is: <p>Why do some companies become great and others disappear?</p> <p>Short answer: execution.</p> <p>In this one we talk to David Politis, founder and chief executive of BetterCloud, about how execution, not vision, is the one thing that keeps a company from failing.</p> <p>-------</p> <p class="p1">Join me for weekly special LinkedInLive sessions where I interview your favorite guests like Pat Lencioni, Seth Godin, Whitney Johnson, and Kim Scott — LIVE.</p> <p class="p1">Here's the one-click invite: <a href= "https://evt.mx/mSGV4Ka8"><span class= "s1">https://evt.mx/mSGV4Ka8</span></a></p>

Why do some companies become great and others disappear?

Short answer: execution.

In this one we talk to David Politis, founder and chief executive of BetterCloud, about how execution, not vision, is the one thing that keeps a company from failing.

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Join me for weekly special LinkedInLive sessions where I interview your favorite guests like Pat Lencioni, Seth Godin, Whitney Johnson, and Kim Scott — LIVE.

Here's the one-click invite: https://evt.mx/mSGV4Ka8

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