Empower your teams to do their part in achieving growth and change
So, your organization has a strategy. Now what?
Strategy is about articulating a strategic direction for the future. Achieving it is a different story.
Strategy execution is, in many ways, harder because this is where the change takes place. Yet, strategy formulation gets all the boardroom bravado, causing leaders to overinvest in strategy formulation and underinvest in a meaningful framework for strategy execution.
Strategy execution is the responsibility that makes or breaks executives.
A wise warning by Alan Branche and
Sam Bodley-Scott of Implementation
Teams wrestle to align and prioritize their work when their strategy execution approach fails to:
- Articulate what success looks like (The Why)
- Provide a deliberate and repeatable approach to cascading strategy
- Use meaningful measures for evidence-based decision-making
- Create an environment that encourages learning, not judging
At Adura, we improve strategy execution by helping leaders:
Learn more about Evidence Based Leadership
We were having trouble creating team connection between the corporate strategy, the marketing strategy, and the work being done on a day-to-day basis. Louise expertly guided us through the process and now we feel so much more unified.
Maya Lange, VP, Global Marketing | Destination British Columbia
When the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.
Our mighty tool box
Most organizations invest heavily in strategy development but fail to formalize a strategy execution process. We help you avoid this mistake so that you can successfully achieve your goals.
Tools for Strategy Execution and Measuring Impact
- Cascading your strategy for team alignment using objectives with performance results
- The PuMP Blueprint for designing and using more meaningful KPIs in execution
- Evidence-Based Leadership for leading execution and staying nimble
- Leading performance forums using more useful reports
- Core/non-core activity and prioritization
- Process and root cause thinking
- Google’s five characteristics of high-performing teams
Types of organizations Adura Strategy has worked with
- Media and Communications
- Tourism Marketing Organizations
- Lottery and Gaming
- Regulators (Health to Oil & Gas)
- Housing Sector
- Post-Secondary Institutions
- Economic Development
- Transportation and Airports
- Public Safety
- Forestry, Resources and Equipment
- Food Service and Care Homes
- Foundations and Charities