Employees Can’t Carry Out A Strategy If They Didn’t Help Plan It

One of the biggest concerns I hear from business leaders is that their people fail to implement quickly enough. They complain that too much time is spent planning, when most of success is implementation.

There are concerns that employees tasked with implementation are not making decisions fast enough and, consequently, are not acting on decisions with the proper urgency. When leaders attempt to make sense of this, they often assume that employees don’t want to stand out.

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