It's been about 10 days since my last post. You could call it the perfect storm, as three events came together. Nature trumps Internet Access: I've traveled with my family
The Tower of Babel It is exceptionally difficult getting everyone on the same page to execute a strategy or high-level targeted outcome. It’s especially hard to do when
Much of the change in organizations seems be unpredictable to those experiencing it. In those cases where you feel that you are the one instigating the change, it feels unpredictable
Strategy Group LInkedin Discussions – Questions to the Group – The Wylam Dilemna: Learning, Important Dialogue, Self-Promotion or a Waste of Time?
When I first starting my Strategy 2 Execution Blog, where were no other ways to start a broad based discussion on key issues on the subject. Twitter was an unknown
Alan S. Michaels President of eCompetitors Inc started what has become a very popular strategy discussion on Linkedin.com. It is a must read for anyone interested in how to improve
Bringing Together Financial Measures, Strategy and Execution, Enterprise Architecture and Change Efforts: Targeted Outcomes to the Rescue!Ron Lamb 2017-07-02T16:07:33+00:00
Lack of Coordinated Effort at the Enterprise Level I've rarely been in a meeting where the following leaders have met to bring about a coordinated effort to synchronize their key
One of the primary guidelines I share with clients is; Business context changes faster than you can execute anything important. How relevant is that? I just had a long term
This the second installment sharing a personal work experience having worked in over 45 countries. One picture that keeps coming back to me is about execution in the Cote d'Ivoire.
“Strategy 2 Execution” is defined as the single most critical process of an organization. In this context it is not a series of processes that ultimately take you from strategy