Organizations are successful based on their ability to achieve strategic goals.
Why didn’t you achieve your strategy? Too many organizations waste time and money on developing strategy but don’t achieve their goals. What goes wrong? Poor predictions about the future; internal politics that impact the projects selected; biases in the decision-making process, and other stumbling blocks.
This book provides the approach that significantly increases an organization’s ability to achieve its strategy. This is not a book about developing strategy. This is a book that will help you actually achieve the strategy the organization’s leadership has developed.
Strategy is necessary but it is a complete waste of time unless it is effectively turned into real results. If you want to see where an organization will be in 5 years, don’t look at its strategic goals. Look at where management spends the money.