Creating & Reinforcing an Execution Cadence – Integrated Strategy Execution series – p6

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Creating & Reinforcing an Execution Cadence – Integrated Strategy Execution series – p6

Welcome to the sixth instalment in the Integrated Strategy Execution video series exploring how you can create and reinforce an execution cadence in your organization. In previous videos we covered concepts of strategy deployment, breakthrough thinking and daily management.

This time we will be focusing on how to drive initiative management. There are three main concepts that can help us to do that:

  1. Staggered exception based reporting cadence;
  2. Understanding how to create monthly execution reviews based on a 3 question habit;
  3. Simplified portfolio management based on a rough cut model.

In this video, we focus on each of these topics at a time to discuss what they entail.


By: Paul Docherty
Posted: November 17, 2017, 11:36 am

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Anton Sirik

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