Look to Conner Partners when critical strategic initiatives call for superior execution.
Much attention is paid to the leadership competencies associated with strategy formation as well as continuous business improvement. Unfortunately, the important bridge between strategy formation and continuous improvement—Strategy Execution—is rarely addressed. However, it is only through successfully delivering the promised results of your critical change initiatives that sound strategy and continuous improvement can bring any meaningful benefit.
The Context for Strategy Execution
Strategy Execution encompasses the skills and competencies needed for the successful implementation of dramatic and complex change.
Few leaders and organizations have systemized their approach to implementing major change in a way that ensures the consistent accomplishment of intended results. It’s challenging work that requires:
- creating a complete, conscious, clear, and compelling story that describes the desired outcome (Intent),
- helping people shift their mindsets and behaviors to ensure the full business results are realized (People), and
- managing the range of timelines, resources, risk mitigations, and moving parts (Delivery).