4 Paths From Strategy to Execution

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FLYINGSCOT   11/24/2013 5:42:53 PM

Great article.  I will keep these basic point at the forefront of our strategy meetings that continually seem to wander off into the minutiae of meaninglessness.  We never seem to be able to create the concrete steps to move forward because, I feel, there are too many conflicting agendas.

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HaileyMcK   11/22/2013 7:33:38 PM

Thanks, Frank, for these tips. Too often we get mired down in strategy to the point of inertia, or go forging ahead without enough thought or information. These tips i believe move us toward a real balance between planning and execution.

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