Look around. Think back to your organizational experience. I have done the same. Over three decades working in organizations and carrying out research into organizations, I have come to the conclusion that very few companies succeed in implementing their strategy.
Of course, some succeed in executing their strategies. My research suggests that what differentiates these companies from the others is that they have a great leader and a high maturity level in the key elements of their organization.
And there is another ingredient common to companies which execute strategy successfully: their ability to focus.
The reality is that most companies . . .
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