Tag Archives: Planning

Great Corporate Strategies Thrive on the Right Amount of Tension

After expending considerable effort on formulating a strategy, most executives would like to see their company’s strategic plans fully executed. Deviations from the strategic plan are often assumed to be detrimental to corporate performance. However, compliance with the strategy doesn’t necessarily correlate directly to performance. The gap between strategy and the execution of that strategy

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Strategic Choices need to be made Simultaneously, Not Sequentially

Amongst any organizations’ myriad tasks, ‘Strategy Development’  is fundamentally the most challenging one. As per ‘The Cascading Choice’ framework for strategy developed by A.G. Lafley and Roger L. Martin, explained extensively in their book Playing to Win, there are five key choices which have to link together and reinforce each other, thereby making the strategic

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