Strategy Realized - The Business Hierarchy of Needs(R) (Paperback)
In Strategy Realized - The Business Hierarchy of Needs(R), Jim shares the 29 elements he uses to help his clients create significantly greater success than they had ever thought possible via a best practices model for developing and implementing strategy. He also shares brilliant questions that, if you answer them, will assist you to catapult your organization towards a significantly more powerful role in your industry and your community. The answers to these questions will significantly improve stakeholder engagement and profitability. Jim gives us permission to celebrate the small wins while keeping our eyes on our Most Important Goal (MIG). He invites us to have fun on the road to success. And, most especially, he invites us to learn how to stay focused and in our lane.
As you read this straightforward blueprint for a more successful business, Jim will help you simultaneously accumulate and manage the resources you need to help your organization thrive and confirm the elegance of what else is possible for it. He will encourage you to dream bigger and discover greater areas of possibility. And he will do it all with the authority of someone who knows exactly what they're talking about.
Despite Jim's extensive corporate leadership experience over many decades, I think one of the most powerful aspects of this book is its focus on the future. Jim encourages stakeholders to make technology a prominent part of their strategy and he reminds everyone to be sensitive to organizational culture--yours and that of your customer base. He reminds us that when we keep doing what we've always done, we'll keep getting what we've always gotten. And he inspires readers to work together to lead your organization to the success that's waiting for you, just beyond the growing shadow of the next few quarters.
An adventure into Strategy Realized - The Business Hierarchy of Needs(R) is vital for any business leader who is tired of kicking it old school and falling short of the success they seek. It will encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and it will provide some potent tips for building a strong and sustainable, one step at a time on the way to a "Culture of Strategic Execution".