Poor Execution - Why Great Strategies Fail

Voted the # 1 enduring idea by strategy+business magazine readers, execution is appropriately a huge focus in organizations today, and execution is significantly enhanced by trust.  In a 2006 study on grocery stores, top-executing stores had significantly higher trust levels than lower executing stores in every dimension measured.  High trust companies are far better at executing their organization’s strategy than low trust companies. High trust teams outperform low trust teams by as much as four times.  Why?  They execute at The Speed of Trust.
Learn how to execute on your team and/or organization’s key strategic initiatives.  Join Stephen M. R. Covey as he explains that while high trust won’t necessarily rescue a poor strategy, low trust will almost always derail a good one.

“Money was the currency of the old economy; trust is the currency of the new, global economy.” –Chris Anderson, author of The Long Tail and Editor-in-Chief of WIRED magazine

Click here to listen to the recorded interview between Greg Link and Stephen MR Covey.  

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