As you develop an execution plan for your long-term growth strategy, you may have to disrupt the status quo.
We’re spending the first part of the new year aligning our organization around our top priorities and long-term plans for growth. To do this, we must develop an execution plan that supports the strategy. Easier said than done.
A good execution plan may require disrupting existing routines and responsibilities. These disruptions, which our team may initially perceive as negative (who welcomes disruptive change?) may be vital for our strategy to succeed.
Going through this process every year, we’ve learned a few tips about the best approach. Keep these three factors in mind as you develop your own strategic execution plan:
1. Create a sense of urgency
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