Monthly Archives: February 2012

Metrics – Fundamental and Strategic

A lot of time is spent debating metrics. Which is best? Which is most strategic? How many should there be?  To a large degree, the debating itself takes away from the getting-on-with-it. Many of the arguments are legitimate, but when … Continue reading

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Take Turns Owning the Budget

If you don’t immediately see the connection between budgets and strategy, it’s probably time to take a turn at being in charge of it.

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Monthly Meetings – Agenda Management

Now that January is over and the rest of the year is kicking in, it’s worthwhile taking a moment to think about how you stay on top of strategy execution along with regular operations. Call for agenda items A common … Continue reading

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