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The Six Disciplines Blog


// Friday, November 02, 2018

Why Getting Strategy Right and Executing on that Strategy are the Toughest Areas for CEOs to Implement

From the new landmark research study recently released from Six Disciplines, and detailed in this 30-page research paper, "7 Key Findings About What Employees Say Drives Performance and Engagement", survey results find that getting strategy right - and executing on that strategy - are the toughest areas for CEOs to implement.

Employees believe getting strategy ‘right’ (strategic vision / clarity of purpose) is the most difficult to achieve. And while organizational strategy is led by just a few people at the top, it needs to be understood by everyone in the organization.  

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Yet, a clear strategy is not enough - it has to be effective. Continuous improvement, unlike strategy, is driven from the bottom up, and should be led and implemented by everyone in the organization. 

Execution management was ranked the third most difficult. It requires relentless, on-the-ground action that affects
every person, every minute of every day.

RELATED RESOURCES:

Why Being Purpose-Driven Is The #1 Influencer Driving Organizational Performance

The #2 Influencer Driving Employee Engagement - An Organization That Cares About Me

Why Every Level of Leadership Has Very Different Ideas on What Drives Performance

Why Senior Leadership Underestimates the Need for Management Practices Across the Organization

Why Employee Engagement Drops 5-7% for Each Succeeding Management Level In An Organization

  


Since 2005, the Six Disciplines blog offers posts about performance excellence, strategy execution, business coaching, leadership development, innovation, and business process improvement. This blog has received prestigious awards for leadership and management and has been syndicated by several major media sources.

 

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