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The Strategy Execution Challenge – Root Cause Problem or Just a Symptom?

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From the July/August 2010 edition of the Harvard Business Review to the group discussion forums on LinkedIn, a lot of attention has been paid to the “strategy execution challenge” lately.   This activity has probably been prompted by an old statistic that simply won’t go away. It suggests that, in any given year, between 70% and […]

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Sometimes Strategy Needs Leaders to Just Get Out of the Way

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What does an effective leader, in a company with a track record of successful strategy formulation and execution at all levels, look like today?   Charismatic? A one man (or woman) show? In control of everything that goes on in their organization? This was the portrait of a successful leader – IN THE PAST.   […]

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