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In getting better results from your business, how you go about setting and implementing your strategy can be as important as the specific structure of your final plans. By excluding key members of your enterprise from the process, you may be both demotivating those who most need to be motivated. Through their exclusion you may also miss key sources of valuable information and reduce the potential for insights which can drive competitive advantage. Diagnosis, design, implementation, skill development, resource allocation, leadership and motivation need to be integrated into one indivisible whole.
Although no checklist can replace the motivating effect of high quality leadership, respecting these rights and specifying the correlative responsibilities for all involved can support the achievement of the highest standards of excellence in your approach to strategy. Part II. I Sharpening Your Focus Element 15: Comparative Option Valuation Strategy is about choices. There will always be more options than any one company can pursue successfully. It is therefore essential to provide a coherent framework of option evaluation in order to select the most appropriate pathway forward.
A shared sense of common purpose can be fostered. The quality of organizational alignment depends, in great measure, on the clarity of communication of the vision and supporting strategy. History and Overview 37 4. Refinement No strategy begins in final form. Documentation will provide a canvas for the filtering, processing and elimination of unwanted elements to refine strategy output and produce the highest quality result. 5. Integration Marketing, design, production, procurement, service, sales and all other business aspects need to be brought together into one coherent plan to work well.