Why do only one third of UK companies realise strategic success?

A survey of over 200 companies in the Times 1000 revealed that while almost all companies had a ‘strategic vision’, only one in three reported achieving ‘significant strategic success’. For many, the answer lies in the quality of…

Why do only one third of UK companies realise strategic success?

A survey of over 200 companies in the Times 1000 revealed that while almost all companies had a ‘strategic vision’, only one in three reported achieving ‘significant strategic success’. For many, the answer lies in the quality of the strategic management processes.

This paper/presentation explores the reasons so many companies struggle to achieve their strategic vision. It concludes that for many, the answer lies in the quality of the strategic management processes. The paper/presentation identifies seven forms of strategic implementation failure and three specific actions to address these. This work is a development of one of the first research papers ever published by 2GC: we’ve been having good ideas for a long time!

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