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Why Planning Fails In Middle Sized Enterprises

by Principal - Melbourne at KINSHIP Digital on Oct 26, 2007

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Most strategic plans fail to deliver their goals because there is insufficient attention by ...

Most strategic plans fail to deliver their goals because there is insufficient attention by
the leadership team on the management of strategic change.

For most middle-sized enterprises the risk is high because:
· they develop a strategic plan in response to a threat, a "reinvention strategy;"
and,
· they do not have deliberate, effective change management processes in place.

CEOs can greatly increase the chance of success of strategic change initiatives, even
those induced by anxiety or shock, by appointing a Change Leadership Teams, and at
the same time by paying serious attention to using vision, mission and values statements
as implementation tools.

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