As noted in the previous post, “Enterprise change vs project change”, we are having a vibrant discussion in the Organizational Change Practitioners Group on LinkedIn on whether … [Read more...] about Is Change Management falling short on Enterprise Change?
Do you see Enterprise and Project change differently? Do you deal with them differently? The reality of most organizations is that there are multiple strategies run by multiple … [Read more...] about Enterprise Change vs Project Change
Change is always happening around us. The arena of strategy execution, and all of its components, is morphing rapidly in response to our changing market conditions. At opportune … [Read more...] about Change is coming
“Where you stand depends on where you sit.”―Nelson Mandela "The overall name of these interrelated structures is system. The motorcycle is a system. A real system. ...There's so … [Read more...] about The Strategy Execution Mindset
What comes after radio silence? Something new. It has been several weeks since I provided a blog post - I hope you have missed me a little and I hope the wait is worth it. I am … [Read more...] about New !! Model to understand Strategy Execution success
This post is a continuation of notes from a fantastic panel discussion, “Growth Strategy—the Board’s Role,” run by the Institute of Corporate Directors. On stage, board members … [Read more...] about What is the Board’s Role in Strategy and Strategy Execution? Post 2 of 3
"All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident." —Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) As … [Read more...] about Is Strategy Execution the “new black”?
It’s a seductive challenge: strategic change may be the most exciting endeavour of an executive’s career. It compares with climbing Mount Everest―not everybody makes it on the … [Read more...] about What’s missing from Strategy Execution? (Strategy execution methodologies series. Post 5)
“Business is a machine made out of people” Bill Duane. In Post 1 of this series, we established that strategy is “just another good idea” until it is implemented and churning out … [Read more...] about Change Management Methodology (Strategy execution methodologies series. Post 4)
Having established, in Post 1 of this series, that strategy is “just another good idea” until it is implemented and churning out results, and that there is no single turn-key … [Read more...] about “What is PRINCE2?” Guest Post Richard Batchelor. (Strategy execution methodologies series. Post 3)