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Strategy Execution: Clearing the Confusion on Metrics and KPI’s

The following ideas are taken from my recent book, FASTBREAK: The CEO’s Guide to Strategy Execution, now available on Amazon.co.uk. (Sorry, not yet available on Amazon.com, but coming). “What’s measured improves” ~ Peter Drucker Objectives are by definition high level, qualitative … Continue reading

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Governance and . . . governance

(I wrote this blog back in late 2011 but with all the issues swirling around about the EU, the continuing problems in banking, and the poor effectiveness of our global climate change commitments, I thought it timely to repost.  John … Continue reading

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Key Business Metrics and Milestones

“What’s measured, improves”  — Peter Drucker The difficulty with most strategies is not the content of the plan or the accuracy of the data, but the execution.  Most strategies fail due to poor execution.  As I have mentioned in previous … Continue reading

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Governance and governance . . .

“It is clear that good corporate governance makes good sense. The name of the game for a company in the 21st Century will be conform while it performs.“   -Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England As a result of … Continue reading

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