Failing to React to External Factors Requiring Organizational Change
In his article "The Failure of Strategy: It's all in the Execution" (Beaudan, 2001), Eric Beaudan highlights the failure of organizations to effectively implement organizational change strategies when adapting to changing market conditions. Beaudan postulates that companies typically create effective strategies. Far more regularly, though, companies fail to implement these strategies or allow their strategies to evolve. Beaudan outlines three key elements that enable companies to successfully link implementation of change to vision and strategy for it.
- Failing to React to External Factors Requiring Organizational Change
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