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How Leaders See Strategy Reviews
Kroon
Leaders often want to review their strategy annually by looking at vision, mission, values and identify projects to implement their strategy, or building scorecards and strategic maps (theoretical level). But I get the idea that they do not want to know the truth about competitors, what people really think inside and outside the company and what is actually happening in the US/Europe business world (double dip). What causes this resistance and how do you overcome this? Are they in a comfort zone or do they lack confidence? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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How Leaders See Strategy Reviews
Dr Robin C Hesler
Then they aren't leading. Strategic planning is all about knowing the truths as best as one can.
If you don't (want to) know the truths then you can't adjust and if you can't adjust the plan is doomed to failure.
The resistance is due to personal agendas and not for the good of the organization. The only way to overcome this is from effective leadership and commitment from the top.
 

 
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