His columns inspire a spirited and educational set of responses join in and share your perspectives.
- If your organization's performance (operating income) = 100%, roughly what percentage is accounted for by the quality of the organization's strategy (clients we target; products, services and results we offer; the way we organize and compensate people, etc.) vs. the quality of the organization's execution of its strategy (the quality of our people, work, processes, decisions, etc.)?
- If your organization's strategy = 100%, roughly what proportion of its effectiveness is dependent upon and accounted for by the organization's culture (widely-shared values, beliefs, behaviors, rites and rituals, etc.)?
- If the execution of your organization's strategy = 100%, roughly what proportion of its effectiveness is dependent upon and accounted for by the organization's culture?
Monday, June 7, 2010
Harvard Business School Professor Jim Haskett has posed a thoughtful set of questions on his blog relevant to how we view strategy execution in the Stanford Advanced Project Management (SAPM) program: