As a plan leader, you’ve developed your own system for checking off all the boxes along the strategy creation path. But if your organization is like most, plan execution continues to be an uphill battle.
This struggle has been well-documented; according to Harvard Business Review, 75% of organizations struggle to implement strategy, and according to The Economist, only 2% of leaders are confident that they’ll achieve 80-100% of their strategy’s objectives.
It’s painful to realize that most organizations will fall short of their goals. However, you have the opportunity to set yourself apart and lead your organization to success. To become part of this empowered group, you need to engage the four drivers of plan execution.
In this guide, you will learn:
- The most common barriers to execution
- The cost of poor strategy execution
- How to develop a system that enables the four drivers