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Why do we come up with great ideas and strategies — and then nothing ever happens?

This is a question that a client asked a few months ago, and it’s not an uncommon one. Without actions and execution, how many strategic plans end up in binders in an office? Success of a strategic plan depends, ultimately, on both a high-functioning team and on individual accountability. The next step in making a plan “happen” can’t be nebulous and/or too general. If trained in the process to do so, teams can learn to work together, to hold each other accountable and to ensure that a plan is carried out. Without accountability from specific tasks, names and dates, any leader is just planning and hoping.

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