Posts filed under: Strategy & Risk Management

Strategic Alignment – Part 3

STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT – PART 3, FEELING THE BENEFIT As this post has a lot of content about Strategic Alignment, here are some links to the bits you may want to revise. Recap Part 1 Recap Part 2 Employee Engagement Customer... Read More

Strategic Alignment – Part 2

STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT – PART 2, ONE DIRECTION As this post has a lot of content about Strategic Alignment, here are some links to the bits you may want to revise. Recap Part 1 Strategies Fail without Strategic Alignment Strategic Alignment... Read More

Strategic Alignment – Part 1

STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT PART 1, EXECUTING THE PLAN As this post has a lot of content here are some links to the bits you may want to revise. What is strategic alignment? Why is strategic alignment important? How to start strategic... Read More

Its Transformation or Wither

It’s transformation or wither in today’s business environment There are fundamental changes in business operation. Effects of globalisation, a major slowdown in Western economies, significant shifts in technology, rising energy costs, and the challenges of regulatory compliance. Add to that... Read More

Strategic Deployment – Get it right!

How great would it be if everyone in your organisation understood your strategy, and was working towards the organisation’s objectives everyday? Welcome to strategic deployment…. Strategy is a fundamental part of any business. You ask any senior leader worth her... Read More

Improvement Failures – Are Leaders the cause?

More and more companies are looking to implement improvements to remove waste from their processes and drive efficiency. However simply saying that the business is going to be lean doesn’t wave a magic wand. Lean isn’t something you can just do... Read More

Efficiency – The Myth About 100%

Generally over a beer, one of my oldest friends and I often explore our differing opinions about the world. Especially, the motives of leadership behaviour in the workplace. I was interested in what he thought of 100% efficiency. Moreover, if he... Read More