One of our favourite HBR articles of the last few years is undoubtedly "Turning Great Strategy into Great Performance,"1 In the article, the author's explain that a Strategy-to-Performance Gap is created when strategy is losing it's effectiveness in translation to action by the enterprise.
What are the top reasons for this gap?
Sound familiar? It will to most companies. So, the question is what are you doing to minimize the effects of the typical Strategy-to-Performance Gap in your business?