The University of Michigan, surveyed 308 executives during 2005 on the variables that were most likely to derail their strategy. The variable chosen most frequently, by 38% of the respondents
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 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
Skip Reardon at Six Disciplines brings to light a McKinsey survey that sheds new light on what drives a successful transformation in organizational performance. Respondents reckoned that their companies were
I was talking to the V.P. of IT projects for a multi-billion dollar financial services firm. We were talking about strategic project failure figures. We’d both seen studies showing failure
Only improve a Strategy-to-Execution sub-process if it will improve end-to-end strategy to executionRon Lamb 2017-07-02T16:07:34+00:00
We're all experts at something. If we get hired or promoted to a new role, one of the first things that we do is to look around for what's broken.