Alignment and follow-up: Steps to strategy execution

  • Khadem R
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Purpose – This paper aims to provide a framework for the successful execution of business strategy in medium to large organizations. Design/methodology/approach – The methodology for the elements required to assure the effective execution of strategy was developed in the field during the implementation of concepts from the author's first book, One Page Management. Findings – When there is unity around the vision of the organization and a creative strategy is in place, a few key elements work together to assure the excellent execution of strategy. Research limitations/implications – The data in the examples are all simulated based on learning from implementations in Europe, US, Mexico, and Latin America. Practical implications – The paper focuses on how individual executives can implement processes to assure the effective execution of their strategies. Originality/value – The concepts, methodology, and approach are all original to this author. They challenge traditional thinking and serve as a valuable alternative. The paper should be of value to the leadership team of any organization.

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  • Leadership
  • Management accountability
  • Strategic alignment

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  • Riaz Khadem

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