September 5, 2019
It is a challenge as old as companies have been in existence: too many priorities and not enough time or people to execute them. And now, more than any time in history, companies either thrive and evolve or quickly fall behind. Companies typically do not struggle with generating ideas to move their company ahead. Instead, they struggle with creating a strategy to effectively focus their resources and execute on those ideas.
Over the years, project management has evolved from tactical project execution to being leveraged as a strategic tool at the C-level to ensure the projects that are selected and prioritized are aligned to the overall strategic plan for the organization. This involves not only doing projects “right,” but also working on the “right” projects. Here are 5 simple strategies to help bridge the strategy execution gap:
Leann is a Senior Consultant who is results-oriented and customer-focused with a demonstrated track record of success. More than 17 years of experience designing and delivering business solutions for nonprofit and for-profit organizations across the following industries: education, financial services, healthcare, human services, information technology, insurance, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical.