Have you ever had the feeling that the high-profile, well-paid consultants developing information-related strategies for your organization were a waste of time and money? They may understand your company, strategy and pain points, and their recommendations or plans may be correct, but the result of their work seems so detached from reality that it becomes difficult, if not impossible, to realize. As a result, it is parked on the shelf of strategies along with all the other documents and plans produced over the years.
It’s not that we as business managers don’t understand the need for proper planning and strategizing, don’t want to think strategically or don’t see the value in developing strategies to meet objectives - we simply struggle to execute the plans following the strategy process.
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