Findings and Challenges
  • Research indicates that 70% to 80% of strategic plans fail to achieve all stated objectives, not least because of a poor execution
  • Translating strategy into actionable and manageable plans; aligning structures, roles and responsibilities, competences, processes, tools and technology, social and environmental choices with strategy; and, ultimately, preparing the whole organization for economic and societal value creation : these are major challenges which hinge on how well strategy is executed
We can help you to :
  • Define an organizational framework and a project management approach to minimize execution risks
  • Identify main levers, programs and projects derived from strategic portfolio (e.g. in terms of operations, organizational structure, IT, etc.) ; define their objectives, business plans, organization, governance, oversight and change management approaches
  • Perform operational due diligence to confirm expected synergies and identify upstream execution risks, in case of external acquisitions, divestments, or operations concentration. Secure post-merger integration, carving-out or consolidation/shared-services creation projects
  • Translate CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) strategy into operational and performance management action plans
  • Enhance operational performance, implement and maintain a continuous improvement approach


"Without strategy, execution is aimless. Without execution, strategy is useless."

Morris Chang, CEO of TSMC
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