Modern Corporate Strategies: No Chance of Implementation without active Participation of the People
The development of corporate strategy often remains the preserve of executives and management boards. At best, lower levels are heard in the process, but do not take part in it. The same mistakes are made time and again: goals are unrealistic or are set in a seriously inappropriate way because the complexity of implementation has not been considered. Strategy collapses. Management and staff each blame the other. Lars Linnekogel, Founder and Managing Director of management boutique TTE Strategy, explains how an integrative strategy cascade can break through this vicious cycle.