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Everyone Knows Execution is Important – So Why Do We Fail to Execute?

By Denise Harrison, Vice President Execution of strategy: we know it is important, but why doesn’t it happen? Based on my experience working with over 100 companies on strategy development there are four key areas that lead to execution success. Focus on the few: Select a few – 8-10 key strategic objectives to accomplish in […]

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Next Steps: Will we be ready to take advantage of the improving economy as it arrives?

by M. Dana Baldwin, Senior Consultant In my prior article (“Time to Start Planning for Growth – Step One: Analysis“), we discussed the lessons we should be learning from the major slowdown in business experienced during the recession, and how to analyze them so we would be positioned to plan to grow as business improves. […]

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