Does your strategic plan look great on paper but fall short on execution?
According to a recent Booz & Company survey of 1,800 organizational leaders, including more than 480 C-suite executives, leaders feel a high level of frustration associated with strategic execution. They indicated that devising strategy is less than half the battle, with effective execution of chosen core strategies posing a more significant challenge.
We all recognize that business leadership today is more difficult and demanding than it’s ever been before. Effectiveness in today’s healthcare organization demands strong, insightful strategy. But, more importantly, your organization must have the operational capabilities to effectively execute your strategy.
It is not the development of the strategic plan which stifles most healthcare leaders today. Rather, it is their ability to foster, nurture, grow and leverage the right set of organizational capabilities--by that we mean the processes, tools, knowledge and skills necessary within the organization to effectively act upon a strong, focused results-orientation.
This often unacknowledged shortcoming in strategic execution is suggested to be the “missing link” in the chain of leadership disciplines which connect a bold strategic vision to decisive performance in the marketplace.
Join Ten Adams on Thursday, June 28 at 3pm EST to find out why 70% of business failures are not a result of bad strategy but rather bad execution. In this 30 minute webinar, we will show you:
Don’t miss this opportunity to take a deeper look at how the changing landscape of today's healthcare environment is affecting strategic development and learn how to identify the keys to success and the warning signs of failure in strategic execution.
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