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too many organizations can't implement strategy; here's a framework for success

Let's see if this sounds familiar. Your organization's executive team convenes an off-site meeting in the fourth quarter to develop the strategy for the following year. After reviewing recent performance and forward-looking market data and then brainstorming, executives settle on the strategy. As the new year arrives, management begins executing the strategy with great expectations. But as months go by, day-to-day responsibilities loom larger, and the team's focus on the strategy wanes.
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