Strategic Execution: Getting The Right Things Done

chessIn his book, The 8th Habit, Steven Covey notes that only about 33% of employees know where the company is going (or at least trying to go); 22% can connect the dots between their goals and the company’s goals; and then (big surprise … NOT) only 9% are highly energized and committed.

Why is turning strategic plans into action such a difficult problem? The age-old axiom that strategic plans end up on the shelf or in a drawer continues unabated. And it doesn’t have to be that way. There is a very simple process that aligns goals with actions thru strategy. We call it Strategic Execution.

Take a read if you are so inclined, it’s free and without obligation. Feedback after the read is welcomed as well.

Mitch

 

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