Developing good strategy can involve a lot of hard work but it’s of little use to anyone if execution fails. As I mentioned in a previous post, the first stumbling block that good strategies often take is when the team around you does not understand it, agree with it or is incapable of implementing it. Good people, top level performers, can enhance a strategy’s likelihood of success but all too often implementation breaks downs because of the people involved. Strong leadership and decisive use of human resources is key to solving this ‘People Puzzle’, and building a bridge for the successful execution of the most robust strategy.
The Conspiracy Theory of Management: Implementing Strategy from the Top Down
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