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Strategy Execution Principles For Organizations

By now, we’ve covered the major points that influence a company’s strategy execution.

Apart from following a basic routine and overcoming challenges, organizations also need

to follow a few principles for initiative management and maximizing corporate


Form A Cascade

Forming a cascade means breaking down the larger business initiative into smaller

manageable parts at the organizational level. The length of your cascade will depend on

the size of your company.

When doing so, follow the MECE principle. It includes ME (mutually exclusive) and CE

(collectively exhaustive) elements.

Mutually Exclusive: These are the goals that reduce complexity in the strategic

execution by preventing overlaps. Basically, you rule out the groups, projects, and

solutions that might have been considered twice.

Collectively Exhaustive: Simply put, exhaustive refers to the inclusion of all possible

solutions and options. For instance, if you’re planning means of transportation for your

products, make sure you consider every medium in the book.


A company that communicates well performs well. Don’t limit yourself to emails. Use other

communication methods, like coffee corners, intranets, informal encounters, meetings,

discussion groups, and billboards to ensure everyone is on the same page.

Compare Your KPIs

While your business strategy is the best bet you have, it’s not a confirmed route to

success. At the end of the day, it’s still a hypothesis that you need to test and prove. So,

take time during strategy execution to check how close the results lie in favour of your


Having Key Performance Indicators and measuring the company’s performance against

them could be helpful in this regard.

Compare Your KPIs

Strategy execution is not an overnight process, especially if you’re working in a large-

scale industry. However, with proper strategy steering and management, you’ll definitely

be able to ensure optimal corporate performance in the long run.


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