Successful implementation of an organization’s strategic plan depends on many factors—having a data-driven strategy, monitoring performance against metrics, having a well-defined process and action plan, appropriate level of executive attention, communication, and collaboration. But one key issue is the inability of an organization’s human capital to change in order to make the plan successful. If the right people are not put in charge, and if they are not empowered to do what they are capable of doing, then the strategy is doomed to fail. What are the common pitfalls in staffing for strategic plan implementation . . .
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