Posts Tagged "Gantt chart"

20 Tips for Successful Strategy Implementation – Communicating Your Strategy

Posted by on Jun 6, 2011

Vision without action is merely a dream, just as a strategy without change is nothing but noble words.  So how do leaders turn the noble words of their strategies into successful change?  Our next four blog posts will describe 20 effective practices gleaned from our work with more than 100 client organizations to help you accelerate the implementation of your strategy.   This week – Communicating the Strategy. Phase I: Communicating the Strategy Unfortunately, the way most strategies are communicated generates more boredom than interest.  Here are 5 tips to help you stimulate interest...

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Rewriting your strategic plan every few years may be costing you a lot more than you think!

Posted by on Apr 18, 2011

How often are you rewriting your strategic plan, and why? In my first decade of guiding the creation of strategic plans, I was often called to help clients re-do their plans every 3 or 4 years. At the time, neither I nor my clients were aware of any reason why organizing strategic plans in one way would be any better than another. In the absence of a reason to do otherwise, these plans were organized around strategic themes chosen by the client teams. By the time we renewed these strategies a few years later, the themes around which the original strategy was organized had often lost their...

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