What does it takes to engage your business in your big idea, deliver it effectively, and your leadership role in executing that successfully? Turning a great idea into successful results is never easy. The Economist says that 57% of companies fail to implement their strategies. Harvard found that companies typically only deliver 63% of their promised impact. And AMA found that only 3% of leaders think their corganisations are good at execution. Yet market leaders are 35% more likely to prioritise strategy execution over formulation. Both matter, but doing it matters most.

  • Ready to Implement: Evaluating the strategy or innovation, its readiness for launch
  • Aligning for Action: Using Galbraith’s culture web to align the organisation, hard and soft
  • Engaging Stakeholders: Identifying important and influential people, engage them effectively
  • Making Change happen: Make the case, make ready, make it happen and make it stick
  • Launch and Lean: Harnessing “lean thinking” to reduce time and risk to market
  • Measure and Manage: Learning quickly to shape, evolve and improve solutions in situations
  • Agile and Accelerate: Being flexible whilst reaching key audiences, locally and personally
  • Extend and Exponential: Pivoting as needed, extending to new markets, driving growth
  • Ready Steady Go: getting ready to implement strategy and solutions fast and effectively
  • Implementation Plan: the detailed implementation plan, across all phases of execution
  • Market Impact: managing solutions once implemented to sure they deliver results

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