Will your newly agreed strategy turn into a short-term tactics plan?

by: David Booker

Strategies coming out of the current economic crisis caused by COVID-19 could be the basis for business survival. To put a positive spin on the crisis, your strategy could even be the catalyst to propel your business to new heights.

Strategies created right now will have high importance and we can expect the immediate actions will happen. But what then?

Why do most staff and even some leaders yawn at the prospect of a new strategy? Because like most strategic plans after the early gust has blown itself out, all that remains is a set of good intentions and a binder on a shelf.

To ensure your strategy goes the distance try using a strategy implementation framework, it is the missing link between strategy and execution. A framework translates the strategy into key actions, tactics, priorities, ownership and an execution methodology.

With discipline, focus, a supportive culture and flexibility to course correct where necessary, the chances of long-term success are multiplied. Staff will know what is important and your entire business can work on the key objectives needed to succeed.

If you want a strategy implementation framework developed by the experience of operational experts and influenced by widely acclaimed tools and methodologies send a message to david.booker@stratfordmangers.com he will send you our Strategy Implementation Framework and Execution Methodology.

 

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