One important factor determining the success of your strategy execution is your ability to avoid creating an indistinguishable mess. Mess, you say? Yes, exactly. Avoid creating a muddle. This means you need to make a clear distinction between realizing the objectives for your existing organizations and realizing new initiatives best run in separate projects.
Massive government IT projects that get bogged down, private sector mergers that never deliver the projected synergies, big restructurings that go off the rails, and cultural change programs that evaporate into thin air.
Strategy = Execution, the international edition of Jacques Pijl’s bestselling management classic, has been awarded with a no. 1 position by Axiom, a prestigious and leading American Business Book jury and platform. Consultancy.eu writes about this ‘Oscar’ for management books.
Turner’s Jeroen Visscher takes part in the NLAIC, a public-private cooperation that supports and connects AI initiatives. He leads the Education work group, working on various initiatives several AI-projects that benefit both students and teachers. One of these is the project of FeedbackFruits. This Edtech scale-up offers an AI solution that automatically gives feedback on their writing to higher education students. This should reduce the workload of teachers and improve students’ understanding. One of the key question is whether the tool actually reduces the workload of lecturers. This is what we are working on in the Education work group.
Strategy = Execution Scaling Requires a Modern Mindset in Change Management Some change management schools of thought believe that top-down, planned execution is a remnant
Strategy = Execution Keep the Minimum Viable Product as concise as possible In your search for a breakthrough value proposition for your customers, you need
Axiom Business Book Awards has awarded Strategy = Execution a gold medal. The English translation of Jacques Pijl’s Dutch bestseller won this year’s top distinction in the Business Theory category.
Consultancy.eu reports on the outcomes of our the scenario planning for DACSI, the Dutch trade association for the securities sector. Its insights are valuable for the entire European post-trade industry. Read the article here.
Gaining control of production with smart OR planning Nij Smellinghe Hospital No more bottlenecks in OR planning New, flexible OR schedule Continuous tracking of OR
Strategy = Execution Why radical innovation requires a two-track approach As I argue in Strategy = Execution, radical innovation requires a separate, autonomous execution strategy,
Strategy = Execution Strategy Equals Execution Truer Than Ever in Times of Hyper Crisis In this blog Turner’s Jacques Pijl is giving recommendations for strategy-execution
Platformisering Platformization of financial services is just a matter of time Recommendations from a research on online platforms for financial services. The platformization of the
Platformization Study on online platforms in the financial services industry Online platforms are hot. In retail, social media, tourism, taxi rides and other markets: online
Education 21 educational institutions will be learning and sharing lessons from Covid-19 with Turner Turner is starting a research with MBO, HBO and WO facilities
AI Jeroen Visscher from Turner is helping to establish the Dutch AI Coalition Turner’s managing partner Jeroen Visscher is going to commit to himself to