How to Achieve Execution Excellence

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How to Achieve Execution Excellence

This DATIS blog article, "How to Achieve Execution Excellence", was originally posted by Skip PrichardSkip Prichard Leadership Insights, on July 13th, 2016 and was reposted with permission.

What’s the best way to drive individual performance?

How does a leader assure enterprise success?

Is it possible to close performance gaps to improve execution?

Making Strategy Work

In Execution Excellence: Making Strategy Work Using the Balanced Scorecard Sanjiv Anand answers these and other questions.

Sanjiv Anand has 30 years of global experience in consulting, helping CEOs and boards develop transformational strategies. Currently the Chairman of Cedar Management Consulting International, his book is full of his operational and strategic insight on how to manage human capital. He is an expert on the Balanced Scorecard.

I recently asked Sanjiv to share some of his experience about what does and doesn’t work in implementing strategy.

 

Why is strategy more relevant than ever before?
While the world continues to provide opportunities to grow, it is not without challenges. First, customer expectations around product, relationship, and brand have risen over years driven by extremely high levels of competitiveness. This has resulted in the need for firms to develop multiple strategies that address different customer segments. Additionally, competition is now local, regional, national, and global. This requires a more nuanced and complex competitive strategy. All of this also drives complexity in process and people. Global organizations...

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