Category - Strategy
The actions of executives are often consumed by the high-level thinking needed to produce winning strategy without realising success will be determined by how well the subsequent direction energises and engages their employees.
Deciding what to change is one thing. Making changes stick so that they become "the way we do business" is another…
A siloed organisation is not agile and cannot act quickly on opportunities that arise in a fast-paced business landscape, nor is it able to make productive decisions about how to change in order to seize these opportunities.
Many organisations have a glut of data that is not used effectively.
Sometimes risks can destroy an organisation or business, while others can cause serious damage that can be costly and time consuming to repair.
Working to understand how your organisation is going to deliver on its strategies and goals is an important but often missed step in the planning process.
Leading organisations have a planning process in place that sets priorities to use, direct and build its resources and assets and then applies them to achieve its goals and future value for its stakeholders.