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How you’re losing at least $2.5m per year

Published on April 13, 2015 By The Strategy Guy

Red Flag: Only 12.5% of organizations look at their projects to see if they align with corporate goals. Consequence: 86% of organizations under-deliver on their project portfolio’s value by at least 25%. If you’re spending $10M a year on your project portfolio, this means that a typical organization is losing at least $2.5m per year, and poor prioritization […]

Leadership is an everyday activity

Published on February 24, 2015 By The Strategy Guy

In reading the leadership post “6 Ways Leaders Step Back But Don’t Step Away“, I was left to reflect once again on how a One Page Execution Plan (OPP) can be vital for you to effectively lead across an entire enterprise on an ongoing basis. To borrow on the words of my colleagues at ThoughtLeaders, the […]

Does your strategic plan fit you?

Published on November 21, 2012 By The Strategy Guy

How are your organizational practices fitting the structure you have? Have you planned how you’ll adapt when your practices will outgrow your talent pool? How do you adapt to what you have without sacrificing short, medium & long terms performance & results?

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