Executives say that they lose 40% of their strategy’s potential value to breakdowns in execution.
In strategy development, complexity is unavoidable. But when it comes to execution, complexity kills.
Many strategy execution processes fail because the firm does not have something worth executing.
The widely accepted view that strategy and execution are separable activities sets companies up for failure in a fast-paced world.
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Savvy leaders whose strategies succeed tend to focus on four implementation imperatives.
Putting strategy into practice is notoriously difficult. In particular, there are four core tensions that leaders need to balance.
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This hypothesis suggests that better, more strategic leadership can be developed by..
Corning’s Silicon Valley technology chief shares how to stay creative over the long haul, drawing on 40 years of experience.