Winning the Game® newsletter Are you executing your strategy? Planning is cheap, because anyone can have a plan. Effective execution requires rewarding behaviors that support strategy execution NOT focusing too much on the numbers. That is what great executives do. Anyone can have a document and call it a strategic plan. However, having a
At SCL, we provide organizational Toolkits and Educative Workshops to stop revenue leakages, sell more, raise employee morale and transform your organization by helping you identify and remove the corporate ‘fat’. Corporate fat like lack of staff morale, bloated payroll, frauds and poor strategy execution lead to inefficiency and stagnating growth. All our approaches focus
“To be an exceptional board member, know the details first”, Mustapha B. Mugisa. Conference speakers and lecturers have taught today’s leaders, specifically board members rather wrongly. That as a top manager or a board member, one does not need to know the details of the business in which they serve. That is the worst business
It is easy to write a document and name it strategic plan. Because planning is easy. Anyone can plan. However, very few realize their plans. Why? The measure of an effective strategy is reflected in effective execution. Avoid the mistake most leaders make of looking at strategic planning asa SWOT analysis exercise and target setting
Strategic planning and strategy execution are two different things. Everyone can plan, but not all plans are easy to execute. If you reviewed the manifestos of so many politicians since 1996, a lot was put on paper, but not achieved. Why? Talk is cheap. It is easier said than done. Same thing happens with companies.