The TwentyEighty Strategy Execution Alignment Skills Bridge
Applying Leadership and Communications Skills to Improve Strategic Execution of Project-Based Work
In order to bridge the gaps and create alignment, leaders need to evaluate teams across a range of technical and relational skills that support strong strategy execution alignment. Think of strategy execution as the “roadway” on a bridge, which enables seamless, two-way flow of information between strategy and execution with the required technical and relational skills as the pillars supporting the roadway. This enables you to clearly identify and discuss the critical knowledge and skills required for success.
Download The TwentyEighty Strategy Execution Alignment Skills Bridge, as it discusses:
- The project leadership skills that could be the difference between advancement and stagnation
- The importance of technical skills and relational skills, and how to excel at both
- Bridging the skills gap to empower you to better execute against your corporate strategy, and get a seat at the strategy table
Strategy making and execution are essential to organizational success. However, many organizations are continuously challenged with bridging the gap between the two. Over the years, research has shown that a good deal of time and resources are spent building strategies. Too often though, when strategies are translated into project-based work—the projects, programs and portfolio efforts that enable forward momentum—there is a break down, resulting in failure to achieve the organization’s strategy.