Executing Your Strategy: How to Break it Down and Get it Done
Harvard Business School Press, 2007 - Business & Economics - 290 pages
Why do businesses consistently fail to execute their competitive strategies? Because leaders don't identify and invest in the full range of projects and programs required to align the organisation with its strategy. Moreover, even when strategy makers do break their plans down into doable chunks, they seldom work with project leaders to prioritise strategic investments and assure that needed resources are applied in priority order. And they often neglect to revise the strategic portfolio to fit the demands of a dynamic environment, or to stay connected to strategic projects through completion, as new products, services, skills and capabilities are transferred into operations.
InExecuting Your Strategy, Mark Morgan, Raymond Levitt, and William Malek present six imperatives that enable you to do the right strategic projects--and do those projects right. And it is no accident that the six imperatives combine to create the acronym INVEST:
Full of intriguing company examples and practical advice, this crucial new resource shows you how to make strategy happen in your organisation.
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Review: Executing Your Strategy: How to Break It Down and Get It DownUser Review - Alok - Goodreads
Great book for executives and a must read if one want to learn from the vaste experience of the authors. It is a copy book facts about the corporate process of executing decisions and the frame work ... Read full review
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I can't say enough good things about this book. If you're a business person or lead an organization, this book is a must-read. Forgive it's awful title---it doesn't do it justice. I highlighted and annotated all over this thing and may start carrying it with me at all times like a crazy person! Read full review
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