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  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.
  • © 2008 WestPacCat Strategy. All rights reserved. Confidential use only.

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  • 1. vision
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  • 5. visibility
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  • 15. The most important thing is making people understand the strategy and the message, and be out in front of the people so that they actually understand the mission. I asked Colin Powell once, “What do you think is the most important thing?” He said, “The most important thing is the troops have to understand where they are going.” People don’t like change, but they can manage change. They can’t handle uncertainty. I think it is the job of leaders to eliminate uncertainty. James J. Schiro, C.E.O. of Zurich Financial Services
  • 16. The other most important thing is making people understand the strategy and the message, and be out in front of the people so that they actually understand the mission. I remember I had just been elected senior partner of PriceWaterhouse, and we had our new partners meeting, and Colin Powell came to speak. I was talking to him before the meeting, and I said, “Well, what do you think is the most important thing?” He said, “The most important thing is the troops have to understand where they are going.” People don’t like change, but they can manage change. They can’t handle uncertainty. I think it is the job of leaders to eliminate uncertainty.
  • 17. Pastries
  • 18. All natural Fresh Warm Easy to find
  • 19. Poor quality product Inconsistent availability Visually unappealing
  • 20. Declining sales Low customer satisfaction Lack of leadership engagement
  • 21. Think grass…
  • 22. … to bonus
  • 23. Collaborate and leverage expertise
  • 24. Choose a course and stick to it
  • 25. Know your market and where you are in it
  • 26. Risk
  • 27. Fail fast
  • 28. Well developed, visually rich will
  • 29. help
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