Strategy Execution

Haudan, Jim
August 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2009, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p12
The article offers advice for executing business strategies. Since the strategy dictates how a company could achieve its goals, most executives place significant time and effort in creating a strategy. However, most executives admit that development is easier compared with execution. If leaders place much effort on the development of a strategy but spend little time planning its execution, they would fail to achieve their goals. Among the challenges to execution are disengagement and disconnection.


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