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I’ve often said that a strategy is only as good as the results it delivers. If results are vague, unmeasurable or unrecognizable then the strategy was useless. For this reason I’ve spent years practicing the Hoshin Kanri approach to strategy formulation because the emphasis is on ensuring that actions are recognizable, measurable and powerful.
With a proven model such as Hoshin Kanri in place, our attention can then turn to addressing how we can increase the speed by which we achieve the strategy.
I call this Building Strategic Speed.
In this brief video I outline the three critical components to building strategic speed. Take a moment to watch this video and consider the how you are applying these three components. Are you building strategic speed, or simply going through the motions?
Question: Are you forming an approach to strategy that delivers powerful, measurable and recognizable outcomes? If so, how can you apply the approaches discussed to increase your strategic speed?
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