Ways of working
Most companies, have a bias toward tackling issues through hierarchy, performance metrics usually through projects - with a manager, a set of objectives, and milestones. Often this approach is too cumbersome, the answer lies in empowering, coaching, and trusting people to see the problems and take steps to solve them
of companies employ a "fully-fledged" strategic control system.
of successful companies have an established mechanism to translate their strategy into operative terms and evaluate it on a day to day basis.
of companies that have at least one formal system for managing commitments across silos only 20% of managers believe that these systems work well.
of organisations that used a formal process to manage strategy outperformed their peers.
of successful companies have a formal and pre-established system to inform on and manage their strategy.
of companies say there is no specific method or process by which lessons learned are fed back into strategy formation.