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Implementation: How to Transform Strategic Initiatives into Blockbuster Results Hardcover – Bargain Price, October 20, 2005
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About the Author
Alan Brache, Executive Director, Business Solutions, at Kepner-Tregoe, Inc., has been a consultant and executive for over twenty-five years. A noted authority on business strategy and implementation, Brache is the author of two groundbreaking books: the best-selling Improving Performance: How to Manage the White Space on the Organization Chart and the critically-acclaimed How Organizations Work: Taking a Holistic Approach to Enterprise Health.
Sam Bodley-Scott is Vice President at Kepner-Tregoe, Inc. His experience helping numerous international organizations implement change initiatives has led directly to the development of many of the concepts and tools presented in this book. Bodley-Scott created and managed Kepner-Tregoe's European Strategic Project Management consulting practice, enabling clients to successfully implement strategy through a combination of change and program management solutions.
Top customer reviews
I guess we, readers, are constantly bombarded with titles such as the 10 steps to getting rich in 5 days; the 10 traits of a good manager; the 12 reasons for losing your girlfriend and many more.
Bodly-Scott and Brache came up with the 7 skills to help us bridge the Knowing-Doing Gap. A good comprehensive systematic approach but clearly engulfed within the KT-style staretgy framework, which is good enough if you are going to employ the firm to formulate and implement your strategy.
I still found the book exciting, on the first pass, and a great effort is exerted by the authors to impart some implementation experience to the reader. A good overall strategy implementation read.