Monthly Archives: June 2011

Performance Communication: No Excuses

Inevitably, one of the “big” topics that comes up – and which is usually derided in its execution – is communication. It’s either that it’s not happening at all, or that it’s being done poorly. Frankness is valued, but everyone’s … Continue reading

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Strategy Execution: Bureaucracy versus Back-Doors

One of the points of debate that will arise as strategy development turns to strategy execution is: who will oversee it and how will we address opportunities that come up that weren’t included in the original plan. Additionally, following from … Continue reading

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