Strategic Execution: Creating a Results-Focused Culture

Corporate Cultures That Inhibit Results

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Strategic Execution: Creating a Results-Focused Culture

Corporate Cultures That Inhibit Results

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Executives agree on the importance of strategy, but a lack of alignment between projects and organizational strategy often leads to the failure of key initiatives. Companies focus on goals, but often ignore the impact that culture has on their success rates.

Strategic Execution: Creating a Results-Focused Culture discusses:

  • How companies focus on goals, but often ignore the impact that culture has on their success rates
  • Common causes of corporate misalignment
  • The six domains that have been proven to help effectively determine, articulate and execute a company's strategy

This methodology offers a blueprint for companies to better align their corporate strategies with the execution and successful completion of their programs, projects and initiatives. Applying this approach to talent management efforts helps identify areas of alignment and misalignment in the organization, and guides the successful execution of strategic initiatives.

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