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Organizations that excel in strategy execution enjoy a three-month advantage in lead-time-to-execution and save 50% in total execution and innovation process time. They achieve 15 to 25% more of their goals. And these organizations increase their strategy execution capacity year after year, because they use a single language and method for the essentials of modern strategy execution.
Based on 60 interviews with executives, 75 cases and 300 articles and books with one question: what makes or breaks modern day strategy execution and innovation? The research is published under the title Strategy = Execution.
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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.
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.
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