An effective transition from strategic planning to strategy management is a critical element in the overall success of a strategy program. By developing a transition plan, you will ensure the continuity of the overall effort and raise the level of success in meeting the strategic goals identified.
Although collaboration may be a term that we often use when discussing strategy, projects and other organizational efforts, are we really collaborating? Or are we just talking about collaborating? The benefits of collaboration are included in this posting along with some ideas on how to dive in and really make it happen.
In our previous blog “Are You Ready to Deliver on Your Strategy?” we outlined some of the various ways in which organizations could increase their potential in delivering on their strategy. As we head into the 2Q19 review period, we wanted to check in to see how everything is working out for you.
Are you meeting all of your strategic goals? Most organizations take the time to design strategic plans, yet very few organizations take the time, and effort, to deliver on those plans. In this blog posting we answer the question “How can we meet our strategic goals?”
After confirmation of your Vision and Mission, the next step of the strategic planning process will be to review the strategic goals, or identify new goals. Let’s review some of the activities that can contribute to the identification of strategic goals that are meaningful to the organization…
While recently presenting to a group of approximately 30 people, I asked, “How many of you have the title of Project Manager?” Only a couple of hands went up. Then, “How many of you work on projects?” Every hand went up.
Identifying, and documenting, business processes can be extremely valuable to your business. All organizations should consider the benefits of this practice and incorporate process mapping into their activities.