Strategy execution is easier and more effective if strategy is formulated outside of the dark room. Stay out of the dark room May 2014
Lisa Carlin’s insights on the execution of your strategy.
An Olympic gold medal athlete must acclimate in a new country before they compete. They prepare within the new altitude and climate so they can function at their personal best within that particular environment. In the same way, an executive or change leader embarking on a strategy implementation will need to acclimate to be successful […]
Talent Management is focused on the recruitment, development and rewarding of high potential people in your organisation. The “War for Talent” Since McKinsey coined the team in 1997 (1), they have argued strongly that effective Talent Management (TM) is a driver of value creation in organisations. This has launched a spate of TM practices in […]
If they were giving out gold medals at the Olympics for execution, would your organisation be a contender? How can you achieve gold medal execution in your organisation? This is part two in a series of articles on strategy execution. Previously, I compared three execution environments. Amateur execution is the lowest level where even the […]
Have you ever wondered how much effort is wasted in organisations, trying to implement large-scale or complex change? Many plans never get converted into tangible business results. Management literature suggests a 50-80% failure rate of strategy execution and organisational change projects. Imagine the outcome in your business if you could increase the success rate of […]