The book, "The 4 Disciplines of Execution," by Chis McChesney, Sean Covey and Jim Huling outlines the process of focusing on one wildly important goal, or WIG, at a time.
What does WIG stand for?
WIG stands for Wildly Important Goal
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 36 other meanings of WIG in our Acronym Attic
- Women in Film and Television South Africa
- Women in Film and Television Vancouver
- Western Interprovincial Football Union (Canada)
- Women in Film & Video (since 1979; Washington, DC)
- Women in Film and Video Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
- What's in It for You?
- Warszawski Indeks Gieldowy (Poland)
- Western Independent Greenhouses (est. 1984; Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada)
- What Is Goth?
- Whitehall & Industry Group (UK)
- Wing In-Ground (effect)
- Wireless Internet Gateway (microbrowser based GSM technology)
- Within Grade (salary)
- Without Information Given
- Wolfram-Inertgasschweißen (tungsten-inert gas welding)
- Workforce Involvement Group (UK)
- Wrasawzki Indeks Giedowy (Warsaw Stock Exchange Index, Poland)
- Walking Impaired Golfers of America
- Washington Indian Gaming Association
- Washington Insurance Guaranty Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Better processes are needed for engaging the work team and reporting on results: -- Team meetings should center on the wildly important goals that have the most significant, positive impact on the organization, not on the minutia that dominates most meetings.