9 September 2015 Execution and executability
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"We have a new strategy to grow our organization." Developing the plan is just the start. Implementing it in the organization is the real challenge. Many organizations don't fail due to lack of strategy; they struggle because it isn't effectively implemented. After working with hundreds of companies on strategy development, Denise and Robert have distilled the critical areas where organizations need to focus in order to enhance profitability through superior execution. If these questions are important to your organization, you'll find useful answers in the following articles: Do you find yourself overwhelmed by too many competing priorities? How do you limit how many strategic initiatives/projects your organization is working on at one time? How do you balance your resource requirements (time and money) with the availability of these resources? How do you balance your strategic initiative requirements with the day-to-day requirements of your organization?
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Robert W. Bradford, Robert W. Bradford, Denise Harrison, Denise Harrison, } "Execution and executability", Proc. SPIE 9583, An Optical Believe It or Not: Key Lessons Learned IV, 958304 (9 September 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2196251; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2196251

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