Over the past year we have been bombarded with a combination of pure statistics and percentages on a daily basis from politicians and the media about the extent of...

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My guess is that the plans you made for your business at the start of 2020 did not carry you through the year.  If you threw out your plans...

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There are two main parts to monitoring progress – the production of reports and then the use of the reports at the performance meetings.  We appear to be good...

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I think that this is everyone’s favourite part of executing strategy.  It’s certainly the part everyone rushes to get to! I have found many times over the years that...

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You have a top line strategy agreed – now you have to make it happen.  What kind of plans do you have in place to do that?  Most organisations...

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Do you have a strategy?  Maybe you think your organisation is too small to need one, or maybe you have one but haven’t checked in with it recently.  Or...

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Occasionally I come across small companies who are trying to emulate their business heroes in their strategies, often to the detriment of their current situation.  Yes, companies like Google,...

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Dashboards, Scorecards, Management Information (MI) Reports…are the terms used interchangeably in your organisation? Or like many, do they float in and out of fashion? So does the name matter...

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“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.” Winston Churchill. Strategic Planning has become almost fashionable in the world of business. Companies of all sizes focus...

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There are two terms in Performance reporting that are used interchangeably, but they shouldn’t be. Evaluation and Measurement are very similar processes, but they have important differences. Which process...

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