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HBR guide to executing your strategy

HBR guide to executing your strategy.
Boston, Massachusetts : Harvard Business Review Press, [2023]
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1 online resource (xiii, 249 pages).
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"Even the best competitive strategies mean nothing if they can't be executed. Yet many organizations struggle when they move from defining a strategy to implementing it. Somehow, all the careful planning falls to the side, and leaders are left wondering how to pick up the pieces. The HBR Guide to Executing Your Strategy is here to help. This book offers leaders and managers tips and advice for how to take even the most detailed strategy and apply it throughout their organizations. You'll learn how to get employees on board with a new strategy; communicate plans effectively; identify milestones for progress toward objectives; eliminate initiatives that no longer contribute; overcome naysayers and resistance; avoid execution traps; and adjust course where necessary"-- Provided by publisher.
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Harvard Business Review guide to executing your strategy
Executing your strategy
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Print version: HBR guide to executing your strateg Boston, Massachusetts : Harvard Business Review Press, [2023]
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February 29, 2024
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Closing the Chasm Between Strategy and Execution : How the best executors think / by Doug Sundheim
What Is Execution, Exactly? : Defining key strategic terms / by Ken Favaro
Why Strategy Execution Unravels-and What to Do About It : Busting five common myths / by Donald Sull, Rebecca Homkes, and Charles Sull
8 Questions to Ask About Your Company's Strategy : Are we clear about how we choose to create value? / by Paul Leinwand and Matthias Bäumler
Does Your Strategy Have a Spine? : A document to show how all the pieces fit / by Rita Gunther McGrath
What You Lose with Your New Strategy : Be aware of direct and indirect losses / by Natalia Weisz and Roberto Vassolo
How Aligned Is Your Organization? : Create your distinct enterprise value chain / by Jonathan Trevor and Barry Varcoe
Design Your Organization to Match Your Strategy : From capabilities to culture / by Ron Carucci and Jarrod Shappell
Capitalizing on Capabilities : Evaluate strengths and identify areas for improvement / by Norm Smallwood and Dave Ulrich
The Problem with Learning Is Unlearning : Break out of your current ways of thinking / by Mark Bonchek
How to Communicate Your Company's Strategy Effectively : Ditch the lofty purpose statements and lengthy slide decks / by David Lancefield
Good Leadership Is About Communicating "Why" : Don't get bogged down with "what" and "how" / by Nancy Duarte
Be Aware of the Signals You're Sending : Live into strategic change / by Elsbeth Johnson
Strategy Briefing: An Example : Translate the words into action / by Stephen Bungay
How to Prioritize Your Company's Strategic Projects : Have a laser-like focus on what matters most / by Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez
Determine viability before you forge ahead / by Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez and Whitney Johnson
Start Stopping Faster : End wasteful projects faster, so you can pivot to better ones / by Darrell Rigby, Sarah Elk, and Steve Berez
Don't Let Metrics Undermine Your Business : An obsession with numbers can sink your strategy / by Michael Harris and Bill Tayler
The Two Types of Performance You Should Be Tracking : Strike the right balance between consistency and experimentation / by Lindsay McGregor and Neel Doshi
Making Silos Work for Your Organization : Build bridges and institute checks and balances / by Herman Vantrappen and Frederic Wirtz
How to Permanently Resolve Cross-Department Rivalries : Stop competing, start collaborating / by Ron Carucci
When Shifting Strategy, Don't Lose Sight of Your Long-Term Vision : Make sure your short-term pivots match your big-picture plan / by Ron Ashkenas
How to Deviate from Your Strategy When Crisis Hits : How to avoid, absorb, and bounce back from shocks / by Michael Wade, Amit Joshi, and Elizabeth A. Teracino.
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