In Brief

Inc. offers some constructive actions for entrepreneurs to execute their great ideas.

The role (and value) of ideas vs. execution continues to be a frequent topic of conversation at a time when demonstrating utility, proof of concept and potential returns are increasingly demanded – and expected. From entrepreneurs to creative minds to anyone working in and with knowledge capital – we’re expected to demonstrate potential and produce earlier and more quickly than ever. Many argue that execution is more important and valuable than the idea itself.

An article in Inc. offers some constructive advice for entrepreneurs on how to execute their great ideas. While the full article is worth the read, we’ve pulled and surmised some of the key suggestions. While there are likely as many different potential paths to executing a good ideas as there are good ideas, we appreciate these ideas for their constructive nature – applying some discipline and loose structure to the process of creativity and ideation can only contribute to a more well-thought out idea – that is likelier to be ‘bought’.

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