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Tying strategy implementation with strategy creation

Abhay Padgaonkar has written an insightful article on strategic planning and how meaningless it is without careful consideration of how to actually do the strategic implementation. He writes of the problems that come with formulating strategic plans that are unnecessarily long and too abstract, thus making them all the more difficult to implement.

Some of the more common excuses most company's make include: the preference toward status quo, lack of effective leadership at the higher levels, and an unwillingness to look at old problems in new ways.

The article goes on to explain how these companies can put together a strategic action plan that is as attainable as it is succinct and straightforward.

Read the full article here.

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