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Published by: Indiana University
Published in: "Business Horizons", 2002

Abstract

Planning teams and boards of directors focus primarily on developing strategy and less on actually implementing it. Here is a technique they can use for incorporating implementation issues into the planning process, rather than dealing with them after the strategy has been approved. By means of a strategy implementation scorecard, they can identify desired outcomes or measures that become part of the firm''s formal strategic plan. Considering such measures during the planning stage not only relates individual and department performance to strategy implementation, it also gives the board a more clearly defined role in strategy.

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Abstract

Planning teams and boards of directors focus primarily on developing strategy and less on actually implementing it. Here is a technique they can use for incorporating implementation issues into the planning process, rather than dealing with them after the strategy has been approved. By means of a strategy implementation scorecard, they can identify desired outcomes or measures that become part of the firm''s formal strategic plan. Considering such measures during the planning stage not only relates individual and department performance to strategy implementation, it also gives the board a more clearly defined role in strategy.

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