Tag: strategy

Strategy meets Execution

Strategies succeed or fail at the point of execution.  Here we examine some of the principles of effective execution.

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What Does Your Strategy Reveal About Your Leader?

Your organization’s strategy says a lot about its leadership – the level of ambition, the clarity of focus, the mind-set of the team and the potential for growth. So the question is: ‘What does your strategy reveal about your leader?’

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Strategy & the Need for Speed

Strategy was traditionally considered to be a slow process – just like chess.  However the demands of competing in today’s markets require the opposite. Indeed the ability to speedily devise and implement strategy is itself an important determinant of business success.

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Fast Strategy or Slow Strategy – Its Affect on Your Performance

To facilitate some fresh thinking we get managers talking about strategy that is fast and slow, rather than good or bad.

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Strategy Is Confusing, But The Requirements of Growth Are Not!

Confusion about what strategy is and is not does not help managers in their pursuit of growth.  Here we look beyond the academic approach to what managers need from strategy.

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Re-thinking Strategy

How exactly you define ‘strategy’ could have an important influence on your success.  That is the surprising result of extensive cross-industry research.  Here we will explore your personal definition of strategy and why exactly it matters.

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SLOW Strategy – What is Slowing You Down?

A SLOW strategy is slow to; develop,  implement, adapt and ultimately succeed.   Yet they are in the majority.  Here we spell out what a SLOW strategy involves.

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