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The execution trap : drawing a line between strategy and execution almost guarantees failure by Roger L. Martin

By: Martin, Roger L.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 88 (7/8), July/August 2010.Description: 64-71.Subject(s): STRATEGY | PLANNING | EMPLOYEES | MANAGEMENTOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Debunks the idea that strategy can be brilliant and its execution poor. Reveals four ways decision makers at the top can ensure their directives are effectively enacted, such as enabling employees to offer help, make choices and give feedback.
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Debunks the idea that strategy can be brilliant and its execution poor. Reveals four ways decision makers at the top can ensure their directives are effectively enacted, such as enabling employees to offer help, make choices and give feedback.

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